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Campbell River Region

Campbell River

Auxiliary Fitness Instructor(s)

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Casual

Posted Tuesday, February 20th, 2024

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ID: 
90871
Company: 
City of Campbell River
Industry: 
A&E/Recreation
Wage: 
$24.43 plus 12% in lieu
Expiry Date: 
Tuesday, March 5, 2024 - 8am
Details: 
The City of Campbell River is seeking Auxiliary Fitness Instructors to join our Recreation & Culture team, on an on-call, as needed basis.

In this role, you will lead, instruct, and monitor participants in a variety of exercise classes, strength training, and fitness programs.

For information on this auxiliary employment opportunity and to view a detailed job description that lists all the duties and necessary qualifications for this position, please visit www.campbellriver.ca/employment

This posting will remain open until the auxiliary pool is filled.
Qualifications & Experience: 
Our ideal candidate will:
• Completed Grade 12 (or equivalent)
• Possess and maintain valid certifications for the following that meet or exceed the British Columbia Recreation and Parks Association (BCRPA), Canadian Society for Exercise Physiology (CSEP) or Canadian Fitness Professionals (CanFitPro) standards, relevant to designated area of instruction in fitness department:
o Fitness Theory or equivalent certification
o Fitness to Music or equivalent certification
o Weight Training
Plus, one of the following:
o Third Age Fitness
o Personal Training
o Spin
o Yoga
o Zumba or
o Other fitness specialty
• Possess and maintain valid Emergency First Aid and CPR certifications.
• Have one (1) year experience in instructing and/or leading in a group fitness or weight room setting.
How to apply: 
Please send your resume and cover letter, quoting posting # Aux-24-FIT-1, via email to:
careers@campbellriver.ca

Other

Skills Training Information Sessions

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Posted Tuesday, February 20th, 2024

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ID: 
90867
Company: 
WorkBC Centre-North Island
Industry: 
Other
Expiry Date: 
Tuesday, March 5, 2024 - 8am
Details: 

Considering upskilling in 2024?

If so, this is an information session you will not want to miss.

Beginning Feb 15, 2024, join WorkBC Centre- North Island online or in person at our WorkBC Centre-Campbell River location for a 90-minute Skills Training Information Session.

This information session will provide folks with an overall understanding of the skills training support available through WorkBC, and clarify the process steps related to applying. We will also be sharing information on other training resources and sources of funding that may be available.
How to apply: 

To register for an upcoming Skills Training Information Session, please call 250-286-3441 or toll free 1-866-286-6788.

Port Hardy and North Island

Inclusive Job Fair 2024 - Port Hardy

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Posted Tuesday, February 20th, 2024

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ID: 
90866
Company: 
WorkBC Centre-North Island
Industry: 
Other
Expiry Date: 
Tuesday, March 5, 2024 - 8am
Details: 

Save The Date!

If you live in Port Hardy or the surrounding area, please join us for the annual, inclusive & in-person Port Hardy job fair on Wednesday, February 28, 2024.

Whether you are exploring your career options, or looking for full time work, part time, casual, seasonal employment, we will have a broad range of employers on hand for you to connect with.

Interested in finding out more about different programs & supports available through community organizations in your area? Be sure to come by the job fair!
Qualifications & Experience: 

*Open to jobseekers of all ages & abilities
*Meet with top local employers in person
*Bring a resume & apply on the spot
*Discover pathways to different careers
*Explore community based services/supports you may be eligible for

Participating Employers include:
Applewood Ford & GM
Badinotti Net Services
BC Ferries
Better at Home
District of Port Hardy
Island Health
Island Health – Protective Services
KEDC
Mid-Island Coop
North Island Employment Foundations Society
North Island College
North Island Community Services
NVIATS
Orca Sand & Gravel
Port Hardy Chamber of Commerce
Quatsino Family Services
Skilled Trades BC
Town of Port McNeill
Vancouver Island Regional Library
WorkBC Centre - North Island
How to apply: 

Date: Wednesday, February 28, 2024
Time: 10 am - 4 pm
Location: Upper Mall (North Island Mall), 9250 Trustee Road, Port Hardy

*Please dress warmly, the mall can sometimes feel a little chilly

Other

Info Sessions: Single Parent Employment Initiative (SPEI)

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Posted Tuesday, February 20th, 2024

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ID: 
90865
Company: 
WorkBC Centre-North Island
Industry: 
Other
Expiry Date: 
Tuesday, March 5, 2024 - 8am
Details: 

Are you a single parent on disability or income assistance?
Qualifications & Experience: 

Single Parents on income or disability assistance may be eligible for funded training & other supports that can help them secure long term employment through WorkBC Employment Services.

WorkBC Centre-North Island offers bi-weekly SPEI information sessions that can be attended in person at our Campbell River location or virtually via Zoom.

Register today for one of these informative and engaging sessions and find out more about the supports and services you might be eligible for at no cost to you!
How to apply: 

Please call WorkBC Centre-North Island at 250-286-3441 or toll free 1-866-286-6788 to register for an upcoming session today

Other

Skills Bridge: Foreign Credential Recognition

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Posted Tuesday, February 20th, 2024

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ID: 
90863
Company: 
NIEFS
Industry: 
Other
Expiry Date: 
Tuesday, March 5, 2024 - 8am
Details: 
Introducing "Skills Bridge"

NIEFS is pleased to announce a new program designed to reduce barriers to foreign credential recognition and to create opportunities for foreign trained workers to transition their skills to employment in their fields of education within the North Vancouver Island labour market.
Qualifications & Experience: 
Skills Bridge will offer financial support to Internationally trained professionals to assist with costs related to foreign credential recognition. The focus of these funds is to address gaps in funding not currently covered by other programming.

Examples of the types of support available to eligible participants include:
Assessment costs
Language testing fees
Travel & Accommodation expenses required to pursue steps in credential recognition
Training costs related to upgrading required to secure credentials
Interpretation and Translation costs
Licensing Fees

The next Skills Bridge connector event will be held in Port Hardy on February 28th , creating an opportunity for North Island employers to connect directly with foreign trained professionals interested their industries and opportunities.



How to apply: 
To find out more about Skills Bridge for Internationally Trained Professionals, please contact Dianne Hawkins at 250-286-3441 ( toll free 1-866-286-3447) or via email dianne.hawkins@niefs.net.

Port Hardy and North Island

Port Hardy

Explore your Work Options with WorkBC

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Posted Tuesday, February 20th, 2024

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ID: 
90862
Company: 
WorkBC North Island
Industry: 
Other
Expiry Date: 
Tuesday, March 5, 2024 - 8am
Details: 
Explore your career and employment or self-employment options through WorkBC Employment services.
Learn about ways we can help you get hired or look into training for a new career.
Qualifications & Experience: 
We can help with:
* Resume help and Job leads
* Wage Subsidies
* Financial supports to help you start a job
* Career Assessment and Planning
* Training options
* Self Employment options
* Youth Employment and Careers
* and more ...
How to apply: 
Contact NIEFS to talk with an Employment Advisor today
Call: 250.286.3441 (Campbell River and area)
Toll-free 1.866.286.6788 (North Island)

No laptop, smart phone or tablet? Contact NIEFS Tech Lending Library at:
250.286.3441

Campbell River Region

Campbell River

Earn as You Learn: Careers in Caring

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Posted Tuesday, February 20th, 2024

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ID: 
90861
Company: 
NIEFS
Industry: 
Other
Expiry Date: 
Tuesday, March 5, 2024 - 8am
Details: 

Careers in Caring
Prepare for entry-level employment in healthcare, early childhood education or community social services, all areas that are forecasted for high levels of growth over the next decade.

12 week, paid virtual/hybrid training program for youth that want to earn as they learn

Explore pathways to high-demand occupations
Build relevant & marketable skills through work experience & training
Achieve basic certifications like First Aid and WHMIS
Connect with local employers
Qualifications & Experience: 

Program Eligibility
Youth ages 16 – 29
Not participating in education, training or employment *unless precariously employed (defined as casual, variable hours, part-time or wages insufficient to meet financial living needs)
Legally able to work in BC/Canada (will need to present SIN ID)
How to apply: 

Seats are available on a first come, first served basis.

If you are interested in the program, please contact Cassidee or Graeme at 250-286-3441or toll free at 1-866-286-6788 for information on upcoming program start dates.

Campbell River Region

Menzies Bay

Driller Blaster

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Full-Time

Posted Tuesday, February 20th, 2024

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ID: 
90860
Company: 
Western Forest Products
Industry: 
Forestry
Wage: 
$38.86/hr
Expiry Date: 
Tuesday, March 5, 2024 - 8am
Details: 
THE OPPORTUNITY

Western Forest Products is currently seeking for a fully qualified Driller Blaster to join our Mid Island Forest Operations, located on beautiful Menzies Bay, BC.

What We Offer:

- United Steel Worker (USW) union wage rate of $38.86
- Health & Dental Benefits provided through the union
- Pension plan provided through the union
- A safe work environment

Shifts: This position is currently on a 6x3 shift, 6 days on and 3 days off, 8.6 hours per day.

This role is considered safety sensitive, all successful candidates will be subject to a pre-employment drug test.

YOUR CAREER

At Western Forest Products, we believe our most significant asset is our people. Investing in our people brings value and success to our business, ensuring a safe, engaged, productive and continuously improving workplace. We offer challenging opportunities working alongside the best in the industry to meet your career and professional development goals while providing competitive total rewards and recognition.

We provide a variety of on-the-job training and continuing education in many areas at Western to ensure you have the skills you need to succeed. Our promote-from-within culture recognizes high performance and we offer diverse career paths across the organization for those with the talent and will to advance.

WESTERN OVERVIEW

Western Forest Products is a leading forest products company that sustainably manages forests and manufactures high-quality wood products. Headquartered in Vancouver, British Columbia with operations in the coastal region of BC and Washington State, Western meets the needs of customers worldwide with a specialty wood products focus and diverse product offering.

Our commitment to health and safety, environmental stewardship and community engagement is core to how we do business at Western Forest Products.

Our approach to responsible business practices in all aspects of our business is multi-faceted. We adhere to and employ the most stringent environmental practices in the world. The steps we take to ensure the forests in which we operate are renewed and remain healthy and viable for future generations are mirrored in the care we take to make certain our communities continue to grow and prosper. This includes investing in communities where we operate and continuing to forge mutually beneficial relationships with First Nations in respect of their local and cultural interests.
Qualifications & Experience: 
QUALIFICATIONS

Education and Experience

- Fully qualified with a current and valid WSBC Blasting Ticket for Forestry
Operations, including endorsement for remote firing systems;
- Must be experienced and fully qualified (minimum of 2 years’ experience) to
operate a hydraulic hoe drill with steel changing capability;
- Minimum of 2 years’ experience with BC coastal logging road construction;
- Preference may be given to the applicant holding a valid OFA Level 3 First Aid
Ticket.

Skills, Knowledge and Required Competencies

- Must be physically fit;
- All applicants must have a valid Driver’s license;
- Demonstrated work history of safely and efficiently meeting production targets;
Possesses mechanical aptitude;
- Accountable and dependable.
How to apply: 
Please follow the link to apply:
https://workforcenow.adp.com/mascsr/default/mdf/recruitment/recruitment.html?cid=7123675f-b0ca-4b68-9fea-f24295bd6993&ccId=2637603463_3978&jobId=479541&lang=en_CA

Campbell River Region

Menzies Bay

Heavy Duty Mechanics

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Full-Time

Posted Tuesday, February 20th, 2024

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ID: 
90858
Company: 
Western Forest Products
Industry: 
Forestry
Wage: 
$48.01/hr
Expiry Date: 
Tuesday, March 5, 2024 - 8am
Details: 
THE OPPORTUNITY

Western Forest Products is currently seeking for a fully qualified Heavy-Duty Mechanics to join our Mid Island Forest Operation, located in beautiful Menzies Bay, BC.

What We Offer:

- United Steel Worker (USW) union wage rate of $48.01 plus trade premiums
- Hourly premiums of $0.60/hour on shifts that are outside the recognized day
shift
- Health & Dental Benefits provided through the union
- Pension plan provided through the union
- A safe work environment

Shifts: This position is currently on a 4x3 afternoon shift, 4 days on and 3 days off, 10 hours per day.

This role is considered safety sensitive, all successful candidates will be subject to a pre-employment drug test.

YOUR CAREER

At Western Forest Products, we believe our most significant asset is our people. Investing in our people brings value and success to our business, ensuring a safe, engaged, productive and continuously improving workplace. We offer challenging opportunities working alongside the best in the industry to meet your career and professional development goals while providing competitive total rewards and recognition.

We provide a variety of on-the-job training and continuing education in many areas at Western to ensure you have the skills you need to succeed. Our promote-from-within culture recognizes high performance and we offer diverse career paths across the organization for those with the talent and will to advance.

WESTERN OVERVIEW

Western Forest Products is a leading forest products company that sustainably manages forests and manufactures high-quality wood products. Headquartered in Vancouver, British Columbia with operations in the coastal region of BC and Washington State, Western meets the needs of customers worldwide with a specialty wood products focus and diverse product offering.

Our commitment to health and safety, environmental stewardship and community engagement is core to how we do business at Western Forest Products.

Our approach to responsible business practices in all aspects of our business is multi-faceted. We adhere to and employ the most stringent environmental practices in the world. The steps we take to ensure the forests in which we operate are renewed and remain healthy and viable for future generations are mirrored in the care we take to make certain our communities continue to grow and prosper. This includes investing in communities where we operate and continuing to forge mutually beneficial relationships with First Nations in respect of their local and cultural interests.
Qualifications & Experience: 
QUALIFICATIONS

Education and Experience

- Must be fully ticketed Red Seal HD Mechanic;
- All applicants must have a valid BC driver's license and be able to provide a
driver's abstract;
- Having a CVI (Commercial Vehicle Inspection) qualification is an asset;
- Preference may be given to the applicant holding a valid OFA Level 3 Certificate.

Skills, Knowledge and Required Competencies

- Preference will be given to those with experience in west coast logging
equipment (Excavators, Yarders, Log Loaders);
- Highly developed machine diagnostic and repair skills are a benefit;
- Must be a self-starter and be able to work with minimal supervision;
- Excellent safety record and strong work ethic.
How to apply: 
Please follow the link to apply:
https://workforcenow.adp.com/mascsr/default/mdf/recruitment/recruitment.html?cid=7123675f-b0ca-4b68-9fea-f24295bd6993&ccId=2637603463_3978&jobId=479542&lang=en_CA

Campbell River Region

Menzies Bay

Excavator Operator

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Full-Time

Posted Tuesday, February 20th, 2024

VIEW JOB DETAILS
ID: 
90857
Company: 
Western Forest Products
Industry: 
Forestry
Wage: 
$39.72/hr
Expiry Date: 
Tuesday, March 5, 2024 - 8am
Details: 
THE OPPORTUNITY

Western Forest Products is currently seeking for an experienced Excavator Operator with BC coastal logging experience, to join our Mid Island Forest Operations, located in beautiful Menzies Bay, BC.

What We Offer:

- United Steel Worker (USW) union wage rate of $39.72
- Health & Dental Benefits provided through the union
- Pension plan provided through the union
- A safe work environment

Shifts: This position is currently on a 6x3 shift, 6 days on and 3 days off, 8.6 hours per day.

This role is considered safety sensitive, all successful candidates will be subject to a pre-employment drug test.

YOUR CAREER

At Western Forest Products, we believe our most significant asset is our people. Investing in our people brings value and success to our business, ensuring a safe, engaged, productive and continuously improving workplace. We offer challenging opportunities working alongside the best in the industry to meet your career and professional development goals while providing competitive total rewards and recognition.

We provide a variety of on-the-job training and continuing education in many areas at Western to ensure you have the skills you need to succeed. Our promote-from-within culture recognizes high performance and we offer diverse career paths across the organization for those with the talent and will to advance.

WESTERN OVERVIEW

Western Forest Products is a leading forest products company that sustainably manages forests and manufactures high-quality wood products. Headquartered in Vancouver, British Columbia with operations in the coastal region of BC and Washington State, Western meets the needs of customers worldwide with a specialty wood products focus and diverse product offering.

Our commitment to health and safety, environmental stewardship and community engagement is core to how we do business at Western Forest Products.

Our approach to responsible business practices in all aspects of our business is multi-faceted. We adhere to and employ the most stringent environmental practices in the world. The steps we take to ensure the forests in which we operate are renewed and remain healthy and viable for future generations are mirrored in the care we take to make certain our communities continue to grow and prosper. This includes investing in communities where we operate and continuing to forge mutually beneficial relationships with First Nations in respect of their local and cultural interests.
Qualifications & Experience: 
QUALIFICATIONS

Education and Experience

- Fully qualified excavator operator with minimum 2 years of experience with BC
Coastal Logging;
- All applicants must have a valid BC driver's license;
- Preference may be given to the applicant holding a valid OFA Level 3
Certificate.

Skills, Knowledge and Required Competencies

- Excellent safety record and strong work ethic;
- Accountable and dependable.
How to apply: 
Please follow the link to apply:
https://workforcenow.adp.com/mascsr/default/mdf/recruitment/recruitment.html?cid=7123675f-b0ca-4b68-9fea-f24295bd6993&ccId=2637603463_3978&jobId=479543&lang=en_CA

Campbell River Region

Menzies Bay

Powder Person

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Full-Time

Posted Tuesday, February 20th, 2024

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ID: 
90856
Company: 
Western Forest Products
Industry: 
Forestry
Wage: 
$35.95/hr
Expiry Date: 
Tuesday, March 5, 2024 - 8am
Details: 
THE OPPORTUNITY

Western Forest Products is currently seeking for a fully qualified Powder Person to join our Mid Island Forest Operations, located in beautiful Menzies Bay, BC.

What We Offer:

- United Steel Worker (USW) union wage rate of $35.95
- Health & Dental Benefits provided through the union
- Pension plan provided through the union
- A safe work environment

Shifts: This position is currently on a 6x3 shift, 6 days on and 3 days off, 8.6 hours per day.

This role is considered safety sensitive, all successful candidates will be subject to a pre-employment drug test.

YOUR CAREER

At Western Forest Products, we believe our most significant asset is our people. Investing in our people brings value and success to our business, ensuring a safe, engaged, productive and continuously improving workplace. We offer challenging opportunities working alongside the best in the industry to meet your career and professional development goals while providing competitive total rewards and recognition.

We provide a variety of on-the-job training and continuing education in many areas at Western to ensure you have the skills you need to succeed. Our promote-from-within culture recognizes high performance and we offer diverse career paths across the organization for those with the talent and will to advance.

WESTERN OVERVIEW

Western Forest Products is a leading forest products company that sustainably manages forests and manufactures high-quality wood products. Headquartered in Vancouver, British Columbia with operations in the coastal region of BC and Washington State, Western meets the needs of customers worldwide with a specialty wood products focus and diverse product offering.

Our commitment to health and safety, environmental stewardship and community engagement is core to how we do business at Western Forest Products.

Our approach to responsible business practices in all aspects of our business is multi-faceted. We adhere to and employ the most stringent environmental practices in the world. The steps we take to ensure the forests in which we operate are renewed and remain healthy and viable for future generations are mirrored in the care we take to make certain our communities continue to grow and prosper. This includes investing in communities where we operate and continuing to forge mutually beneficial relationships with First Nations in respect of their local and cultural interests.
Qualifications & Experience: 
QUALIFICATIONS

Education and Experience

- Fully qualified with a current and valid WSBC Blasting Ticket for Forestry -
Operations, including endorsement for remote firing systems;
- Must be experienced and fully qualified (minimum of 2 years’ experience) to
operate a hydraulic hoe drill with steel changing capability;
- Minimum of 2 years’ experience with BC coastal logging road construction;
- Preference may be given to the applicant holding a valid OFA Level 3 First Aid
Ticket.

Skills, Knowledge and Required Competencies

- Must be physically fit;
- All applicants must have a valid Driver’s license;
- Demonstrated work history of safely and efficiently meeting production targets;
- Possesses mechanical aptitude;
- Accountable and dependable.
How to apply: 
Please follow the link to apply:
https://workforcenow.adp.com/mascsr/default/mdf/recruitment/recruitment.html?cid=7123675f-b0ca-4b68-9fea-f24295bd6993&ccId=2637603463_3978&jobId=479544&lang=en_CA

Campbell River Region

Campbell River

Window Cleaner/Exterior Cleaning Tech

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Full-Time

Posted Tuesday, February 20th, 2024

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ID: 
90855
Company: 
Peak Window Cleaning
Industry: 
Public Works & Services
Wage: 
$25 *after 30 day trial
Expiry Date: 
Tuesday, March 5, 2024 - 8am
Details: 
Peak Window Cleaning is the North Island’s most trusted exterior cleaning company.
Our motto is, "Peak Performance Every Time" and that reflects both the quality of the work as well as the work ethic we possess.
We have enjoyed rapid growth and are looking for that one exceptional person who can make a career out of this opportunity.

Compensation:
$22.50 during the 30 day trial period and $25/hr following the successful completion of trial period.

About the job:
- We have one temporary full-time position available for a “Window cleaner/exterior cleaning tech”.
- The job will run from early spring until at least the end of September and might become permanent with benefits.
- We nurture a fun positive work environment while helping our neighbours maintain their homes and businesses.
- We view our customers as our neighbours and take the time to get to know them.
- You will be challenged in a fast-paced environment while maintaining a positive friendly attitude.
- You will need an eye for detail in order to avoid call-backs and keep our reputation intact.

Responsibilities:
- Work safely at a fast pace.
- Work in all types of outdoor weather.
- Work diligently and professionally to satisfy the expectations of all customers.
- Learn and apply advanced squeegee and window cleaning techniques.
- Use a “water-fed-pole" to clean large commercial properties.
- Use state of the art exterior cleaning systems including a gutter vacuum system and a "soft-wash" house washing machine as well as a pressure washer and roof de-mossing system.
- Use ladders.
- Drive and operate a company vehicle as required.
Qualifications & Experience: 
Qualifications & Experience:
- Canadian citizenship.
- Must be double vaccinated for Covid 19.
- Grade 12 graduation certificate.
- Excellent communication skills.
- Previous experience is an asset but not necessary.
- If you have a great work ethic and take pride in doing great work, then you might already have what it takes to join our team.
- As a front-line representative of PWC, you will need to be well groomed and neat in appearance.
- You must be friendly, honest, prompt, reliable and courteous.
- If you are a fit, energetic, and meet the above requirements then you should apply.
- A criminal record check and clean driver’s abstract are both required.
- 5 or more years safe driving and a B.C. DL is necessary.
- Experience with ladders and fall restraint would compliment your skill set.
- Other skills that would be beneficial could include, construction, roofing, manlift operation.
- Some basic mechanical skills and trouble shooting ability would also be and asset.
How to apply: 
Send your resume and cover letter to:
admin@peakwindowcleaning.ca

Port Hardy and North Island

Port McNeill

Room Attendant

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Seasonal

Posted Sunday, February 18th, 2024

VIEW JOB DETAILS
ID: 
90854
Company: 
Black Bear Resort / Humpback Inn
Industry: 
Tourism/ Hospitality
Wage: 
$20/hr
Expiry Date: 
Tuesday, March 5, 2024 - 8am
Details: 
Hiring for housekeeping room attendants for the upcoming summer season. Full time, and part time positions available.
Qualifications & Experience: 
Must be reliable. Must be able to work both weekdays and weekends. Must be physically fit able to lift 12kg. Must be able to work standing and moving at a fast pace for up to 8 hours in duration. Must be a team player and able to follow basic instructions and complete tasks in a satisfactory manner. Will train no experience required.
How to apply: 
In person with resume to the Black Bear Resort office or email resume to:
blackbr@telus.net .
Only shortlisted applicants will be contacted for interviews.

Comox Valley

Courtenay

Golf Course Maintenance/Groundscrew

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Seasonal

Posted Friday, February 16th, 2024

VIEW JOB DETAILS
ID: 
90853
Company: 
Saratoga Beach Golf Club
Industry: 
Tourism/ Hospitality
Wage: 
starting $18.00/hr
Expiry Date: 
Tuesday, March 5, 2024 - 8am
Details: 
We are looking for a highly motivated person to join our grounds maintenance team. We offer an energetic, friendly working environment that is family owned and operated. Saratoga Beach golf club is a 9-hole golf course nestled amount the forest just blocks from the ocean. The course is 2,316-yard par 33 golf course.

If you love the outdoors this is a great position for you.

WHAT YOU'LL GET TO DO

Maintain golf greens, bunkers, fairways, and practice facility, to ensure they are pristine for our Guests.
Cut, trim, mow, and more, using a variety of tools and machinery.
Have fun and enjoy a supportive and collaborative role with an upbeat attitude that fosters teamwork.
WHAT YOU BRING

Experience in a golf course or landscape maintenance role is an asset, but not required. We are willing to train the right person.
Physical strength and a love for the outdoors.
Problem-solving attitude and a desire to make an impact.
Eager to learn and open to feedback.
Ability to think fast and react quickly, with a calm mind.
WHAT WE OFFER

$18.00-21.00 wage can be discusses based on experience.
Complimentary GOLF
Discounts on food and beverage and golf shop merchandise
Fun working environment
If this sounds like you, and you’re keen to work with us in the Spring/Summer, we would love to hear from you! This position is part time but has the potential to lead to full time.

Job Type: Seasonal

Contract length: 7-9 months

Salary: $18.00-$21.00 per hour

Benefits:

Company events
Discounted food
On-site parking
Golfing privledges

Schedule:

4-8 hour shift
Day shift
Evening shift
Monday to Friday
Weekends as needed
Work Location: In person
Qualifications & Experience: 
Golf course experience an asset
Strong work ethic
love for the outdoors
How to apply: 
Please email resume to:
saratogabeachgolfclub@gmail.com,
and write Golf course maintenance in the subject.

Comox Valley

Courtenay

Clubhouse Attendant

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Full-Time

Posted Friday, February 16th, 2024

VIEW JOB DETAILS
ID: 
90852
Company: 
Saratoga Beach Golf Club
Industry: 
Tourism/ Hospitality
Wage: 
starting $18.00/hr
Expiry Date: 
Tuesday, March 5, 2024 - 8am
Details: 
Saratoga Beach Golf Course is a small business in Black Creek, BC. We are professional, collaborative, and engaging.

Our work environment includes:

Modern office setting
Growth opportunities
We are looking for an Attendant to join our team. The successful candidate will be responsible for providing excellent customer service, maintaining a clean and organized work environment, and assisting with any other tasks as needed. The ideal candidate will have excellent communication skills, a positive attitude, and the ability to work independently or as part of a team. This is an excellent opportunity for someone who is looking to gain experience in the recreation/golf industry.

Responsibilities:

Greet customers in a friendly and professional manner.
Answer customer inquiries in a timely and accurate manner.
Maintain a clean and orderly work area.
Communicate clearly and effectively with customers and staff
Ability to work independently and unsupervised at times
Follow responsible Service BC Requirements-Serving it right certification
Job Types: Full-time, Part-time

Salary: $17.00-$21.00 per hour

Benefits:

On-site parking
Store discount
Day range:

Monday to Friday
Weekends as needed
Shift:

4 hour shift
8 hour shift
Afternoon shift
Day shift
Work setting:

Apparel store
Education:

Secondary School (preferred)
Experience:

sales: 1 year (preferred)
Customer service: 1 year (preferred)
Licence/Certification:

Serving It Right (preferred)
Qualifications & Experience: 
Golf knowledge an asset
Customer service experience
Valid Serving it right certification
How to apply: 
Email resume to:
saratogabeachgolfclub@gmail.com,
with Clubhouse attendant as the subject.

Port Hardy and North Island

Port McNeill

Bucker

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Full-Time

Posted Friday, February 16th, 2024

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ID: 
90851
Company: 
Lemare Group
Industry: 
Forestry
Wage: 
$38.66/hr
Expiry Date: 
Tuesday, March 5, 2024 - 8am
Details: 
*Accommodations provided
*Shift Work
Qualifications & Experience: 
*Must be experienced in BC Coastal Wood
*Must have experience with grading wood and reading bucking spec cards
*Must be reliable, hardworking and safety oriented
*First Aid Ticket an asset
*Must have a valid class 5 drivers license
How to apply: 
Please email resume to:
jobs@lemare.ca
or fax:
250-956-4888

Port Hardy and North Island

Port McNeill

Processor Operator

-

Full-Time

Posted Friday, February 16th, 2024

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ID: 
90850
Company: 
Lemare Group
Industry: 
Forestry
Wage: 
$40.78/hr
Expiry Date: 
Tuesday, March 5, 2024 - 8am
Details: 
*Accommodations Provided
Qualifications & Experience: 
*Must be experienced in BC Coastal Terrain
*Experienced cutting with Waratah Saw Head (24")
*Ability to work independently
*Must have valid drivers license
*First Aid Ticket an asset
How to apply: 
Please email resume to:
jobs@lemare.ca,
or fax:
250-956-4888

Campbell River Region

Campbell River

Infant Development Consultant

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Part-Time

Posted Friday, February 16th, 2024

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ID: 
90849
Company: 
Rivercity Inclusion Society - Dogwood Place
Industry: 
Social Services
Wage: 
$37.55/hr
Expiry Date: 
Tuesday, March 5, 2024 - 8am
Details: 
An exciting opportunity has become available for a part-time permanent Infant Development Consultant at our Dogwood Place child and youth development center.

Providing services to developmentally delayed infants and their families, the Consultant will have an assigned caseload under the direction of the Program Supervisor.

We can offer you a competitive salary and benefit package, paid vacation and sick leave, pension and professional development. Union membership is required for this position.
Qualifications & Experience: 
he successful candidate will have:

A flexible approach to supporting children and families, be very well organized and understand the various resources and community programs available;
A high level of understanding regarding child development and the impact of disability and delay on growth and development;
The ability to support families in addressing those issues within a family-centred model;
Experience of working with infants and children with developmental delays within a consulting home visiting model;
Demonstrated practical experience in exercising independent judgment and initiative;
Excellent inter-personal and communication skills (written and verbal, including presentation and facilitation skills);
The ability to work as an effective team member on a multi-disciplinary team;
Knowledge of and experience of working with community agencies;
The personal qualities and attitudes as expected under the four pillars of - Respect - Fairness - Belonging - Inclusion
A degree in a field related to child development or the equivalent.
Experience of working with children 0-3 years with developmental delays, within a family context. Knowledge of and commitment to the principles and practices of family centred practice.
Current criminal record check as per the society policy.
First Aid and CPR
Valid class 5 driving license and business insurance
Access to reliable transport

Covid-19 Considerations: Covid-19 vaccination certificate / secured exemption (as per the Public Health Order) are required to work for the organization.
How to apply: 
email your cover letter and resume to Vicky Reddish, HR Director at:
careers@rivercityinclusion.ca,
or mail it to:
Rivercity Inclusion Society 216 - 1180 Ironwood Street, Campbell River, BC V9W 5P7

Port Hardy and North Island

Port McNeill

Log Loader/Hoe Forwarder Operator

-

Full-Time

Posted Friday, February 16th, 2024

VIEW JOB DETAILS
ID: 
90847
Company: 
Lemare Group
Industry: 
Forestry
Wage: 
$40.78/hr
Expiry Date: 
Tuesday, March 5, 2024 - 8am
Details: 
*Shift Work
*Accommodations provided
Qualifications & Experience: 
*Must be experienced in BC Coastal Terrain
*Experienced in Hoe Forwarding in Steep Terrain
*Experienced in loading off highway and highway logging trucks
*Experienced operating 4800 Size Madill's
*Must be reliable and safety oriented
*Must have a valid drivers license
*First Aid Ticket an Asset
How to apply: 
Please send resume to: jobs@lemare.ca or fax: 250-956-4888

Campbell River Region

Campbell River

Senior Accountant

-

Full-Time

Posted Friday, February 16th, 2024

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ID: 
90846
Company: 
City of Campbell River
Industry: 
Finance & Banking
Wage: 
$47.43/hr
Expiry Date: 
Friday, March 1, 2024 - 8am
How to apply: 
For information on this exciting opportunity and to view a detailed job description that lists all the duties and necessary qualifications for this position, please visit www.campbellriver.ca/employment

This posting closes on Friday, March 8, 2024.

Please send your resume with covering letter, quoting Competition EXT-24-011 to:

Email: careers@campbellriver.ca

Human Resources Department
City of Campbell River
301 St. Ann’s Road
Campbell River, BC V9W 4C7

Port Hardy and North Island

Port McNeill

Chaser ( Grapple Yarder)

-

Full-Time

Posted Friday, February 16th, 2024

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ID: 
90845
Company: 
Lemare Group
Industry: 
Forestry
Wage: 
$34.97/hr
Expiry Date: 
Friday, March 1, 2024 - 8am
Details: 
Accommodations provided
Qualifications & Experience: 
*Previous Chasing experience an asset but not mandatory
*Must be in excellent physical shape
*Must be able to operator a chain saw
*Must be able to lift/Pack up to 90lbs
*Must be reliable, hardworking and safety oriented
*Must possess a valid Class 5 drivers license
How to apply: 
Please email resume to: jobs@lemare.ca or fax: 250-956-4888

Campbell River Region

Campbell River

General Labourer

-

Full-Time

Posted Friday, February 16th, 2024

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ID: 
90843
Company: 
Campbell River Decks and Railings
Industry: 
Construction/ Trades
Wage: 
$25/hr
Expiry Date: 
Friday, March 1, 2024 - 8am
Details: 
We are a busy deck construction/repair & vinyl and aluminum railing installation company located in Campbell River, seeking a full-time employee for the 2024 season. Start date is aprox March 1st and end date is aprox October 31st.

A note for female candidates: For two years, this position was held by a female university student. We have zero tolerance for any discrimination or harassment on our worksite. If you are interested in learning some basic construction skills in a safe environment, we encourage you to apply!

The general labourer will be responsible for worksite set up and clean up, work trailer cleanliness and organization, and some worksite safety. You will be running errands, picking up materials, and helping the other workers as required. Our work is exclusively outdoors, so you must be prepared to work in variety of conditions.

The starting wage is $25/hr, with possibility of a raise after one month's probationary period. There is also a bonus for completing the entire season with us.

The majority of our work is in the Campbell River area and we will reimburse travel expenses for any work outside of this area.

We prefer non-smokers but if you do smoke there is absolutely no smoking on clients' property.

This is a great opportunity to learn valuable skills and learn to use a variety of tools. There is opportunity for advancement for candidates with a good attitude. Our ideal employee is ready to work, eager to learn, able to listen and focus, has good communication skills, and is polite.

Qualifications & Experience: 
Attitude is more important than experience. We would rather train someone eager to work and learn than hire an unenthusiastic, experienced labourer.
Must have own, reliable transportation.
Must have steel toed boots.
Must be able to lift up to 50lbs.
Must have a valid driver's licence and be comfortable driving a pick-up truck.
Must be comfortable with heights.
How to apply: 
Please contact Fred at fred@crdecksandrailings.com
Please include all contact information

Campbell River Region

Campbell River

Construction/Carpenter

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Full-Time

Posted Friday, February 16th, 2024

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ID: 
90842
Company: 
Campbell River Decks and Railings
Industry: 
Construction/ Trades
Wage: 
$30-35/hr
Expiry Date: 
Friday, March 1, 2024 - 8am
Details: 
We are a busy deck construction/repair & vinyl and aluminum railing installation company located in Campbell River, seeking a full-time employee for the 2024 season. Start date is aprox March 1st and end date is aprox October 31st.

You must be comfortable both working on a team and on your own, a good listener, and ready for some fast-paced and challenging days.

The starting wage is $30-35/hr, depending on experience. There is also a bonus for completing the entire season with us.

The majority of our work is in the Campbell River area and we will reimburse travel expenses for any work outside of this area.

We prefer non-smokers but if you do smoke there is absolutely no smoking on clients' property.

A note for female applicants: We have zero tolerance for any discrimination or harassment on our worksite. If you are interested in a fun and safe environment, we encourage you to apply!
Qualifications & Experience: 
Looking for an employee with 1-2 years carpentry experience or equivalent in general construction.
Must have own transportation.
Must be able to lift 50lbs.
Must be comfortable with heights and working outdoors.
Must have steel-toed boots.

How to apply: 
Please send resume to Fred Perron at fred@crdecksandrailings.com
Please include all contact information

Port Hardy and North Island

Campbell River

Earn as You Learn: Careers in Caring

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Posted Friday, February 16th, 2024

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ID: 
90837
Company: 
NIEFS
Industry: 
Other
Expiry Date: 
Friday, March 1, 2024 - 8am
Details: 
Careers in Caring
Prepare for entry-level employment in healthcare, early childhood education or community social services, all areas that are forecasted for high levels of growth over the next decade.

12 week, paid virtual/hybrid training program for youth that want to earn as they learn
Explore pathways to high-demand occupations
Build relevant & marketable skills through work experience & training
Achieve basic certifications like First Aid and WHMIS
Connect with local employers
Qualifications & Experience: 
Program Eligibility

Youth ages 16 – 29
Not participating in education, training or employment *unless precariously employed (defined as casual, variable hours, part-time or wages insufficient to meet financial living needs)
Legally able to work in BC/Canada (will need to present SIN ID)
How to apply: 

Seats are available on a first come, first served basis.

Virtual information sessions are held each Friday between 10 and 11:30 am starting November 17th and running through until Friday, January 5th, 2024 (please note, no session will be held on Friday, December 29th).

If you are interested in the program but unable to attend an information session, please contact Cassidee or Graeme at 250-286-3441 - toll free at 1-866-286-6788 and alternate arrangements may be made.

To register for an upcoming virtual information session, please call NIEFS at 250-286-3441 or toll free 1-866-286-6788

Campbell River Region

Klemtu

Hygiene Technician - Klemtu Smokehouse Facility

-

Full-Time

Posted Thursday, February 15th, 2024

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ID: 
90832
Company: 
Mowi
Industry: 
Aquaculture
Wage: 
$24.02
Expiry Date: 
Thursday, February 29, 2024 - 8am
Details: 
We are currently seeking applications for the position of Hygiene Technician at our Smokehouse
Facility in Klemtu. The Klemtu area, is our most remote saltwater production location nestled in the
Finlayson Channel and surrounded by the Great Bear Rainforest. Klemtu is a hidden treasure
known for its breathtaking scenery, and abundance of wildlife. This position is located within the
territory of the Kitasoo Xias-Xias Peoples.
Responsibilities:
• A variety of post-production clean up tasks such as equipment teardown / cleaning, quality
testing, record keeping and minor maintenance.
• Maintain workplace health and safety by identifying, evaluating, and controlling exposure to
chemical, physical, ergonomic, and biological hazards.

Please note, this is a remote, camp-based position (15 days on 13 days off) with flights leaving
from Campbell River. We offer a competitive compensation and benefits package.

Wage: $24.02 per hour
Qualifications & Experience: 
Requirements:
• Successful candidates will have a strong work ethic, be a self-starter and work well in a team
environment.
• Previous fish processing, plant hygiene experience or related knowledge, experience and/or
education is preferred.
How to apply: 
To be considered for this opportunity, please submit your resume and cover letter online at:
https://mowi.com/people/vacancies/

Closing Date: February 23, 2024.

Comox Valley

Courtenay

Youth Counsellor – Substance Use

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Part-Time

Posted Thursday, February 15th, 2024

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ID: 
90831
Company: 
John Howard Society
Industry: 
Social Services
Wage: 
$37.55-$47.46
Expiry Date: 
Thursday, February 29, 2024 - 8am
Details: 
The John Howard Society of North Island provides services to youth, children, adults, and families with diverse needs.

For more than 50 years, The John Howard Society of North Island has been serving the community justice and social services needs of northern Vancouver Island, British Columbia.

Our locations include office and residential programs, but our work also takes us into schools, homes, and other parts of the communities. We have a holistic approach, recognizing that safer, healthier communities are created through the combined and diverse efforts of citizens, organizations and governments. We work cooperatively with a broad spectrum of community agencies and committees, while also maintaining involvement in provincial and national organizations that seek to address the social needs of Canadians.

Job summary:

The youth and family substance use counsellor assists clients to assess situations, create plans, and take actions so they can meet goals related to their own or a family member’s substance use. By establishing supportive and trusting relationships with youth, the counsellor aims to reduce risk, promote positive choices for a healthier lifestyle, and support youths’ connections, stability, and attachment to family and community. The counsellor is also available to the community as an information resource and consultant

17.5 hrs/ week

Closing date: : February 26, 2024, at 4:30 pm. If the position is not filled by this date, it will remain open until filled.

Diversity:

The John Howard Society of North Island welcomes applications from all qualified applicants including but not limited by those of any gender, race, orientation, or disability. Multilingual skills and multicultural competence are assets.
Qualifications & Experience: 
Job requirements:

Visit our website at www.jhsni.bc.ca/opportunities/employment/comoxvalley/JH452 or click the link:

https://www.jhsni.bc.ca/wp-content/uploads/2024/02/Job-Posting-Youth-Counsellor-Substance-Use-JH452.pdf
How to apply: 
Visit our website at www.jhsni.bc.ca/opportunities/employment/comoxvalley/JH452 or click the link:

https://www.jhsni.bc.ca/wp-content/uploads/2024/02/Job-Posting-Youth-Counsellor-Substance-Use-JH452.pdf

Comox Valley

Courtenay

Assistant Program Manager JH454

-

Full-Time

Posted Thursday, February 15th, 2024

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ID: 
90830
Company: 
John Howard Society
Industry: 
Social Services
Wage: 
$41.78-$51.14
Expiry Date: 
Thursday, February 29, 2024 - 8am
Details: 
The John Howard Society of North Island provides services to youth, children, adults, and families with diverse needs.

For more than 50 years, The John Howard Society of North Island has been serving the community justice and social services needs of northern Vancouver Island, British Columbia.

Our locations include office and residential programs, but our work also takes us into schools, homes, and other parts of the communities. We have a holistic approach, recognizing that safer, healthier communities are created through the combined and diverse efforts of citizens, organizations and governments. We work cooperatively with a broad spectrum of community agencies and committees, while also maintaining involvement in provincial and national organizations that seek to address the social needs of Canadians.

Job summary:

Assists the Program Manager in their general duties including planning, administration, communication, training, and policy development. Oversees day-to-day operations of one or more programs and staff to ensure goals and objectives of John Howard are met. On rare occasions, may provide direct service to clients.

35 hrs per week

Closing date: : February 26 at 4:30pm. If the position is not filled by this date, it will remain open until filled.
Qualifications & Experience: 
Job requirements:

Visit our website at www.jhsni.bc.ca/opportunities/employment/comoxvalley/JH454 or click the link:

https://www.jhsni.bc.ca/wp-content/uploads/2024/02/Job-Posting-Assistant-Program-Manager-JH454.pdf

Diversity:

The John Howard Society of North Island welcomes applications from all qualified applicants including but not limited by those of any gender, race, orientation, or disability. Multilingual skills and multicultural competence are assets.
How to apply: 
Job requirements:

Visit our website at www.jhsni.bc.ca/opportunities/employment/comoxvalley/JH454 or click the link:

https://www.jhsni.bc.ca/wp-content/uploads/2024/02/Job-Posting-Assistant-Program-Manager-JH454.pdf

Campbell River Region

Campbell River

Administrative Supervisor

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Contract

Posted Thursday, February 15th, 2024

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ID: 
90829
Company: 
Alitis Investment Counsel
Industry: 
Finance & Banking
Wage: 
$62,500 - $65,500/year
Expiry Date: 
Thursday, February 29, 2024 - 8am
Details: 
We are currently seeking an accomplished administrative professional to step into the shoes of our current supervisor going on maternity leave. This role will focus on setting an example for top-rated customer service skills, utilizing natural administrative abilities, and fostering authentic but professional
management and oversight to the Client Services team. The ideal candidate will have prior experience in hiring and training new staff, establishing a healthy work culture while providing conflict resolution as needed, and understanding the intricacies of the financial services and its compliance requirements.

Reporting to the Head of Private Client, our next Administrator Supervisor will lead the team members performing private client administration and reception. You will be the backbone of our front office and strive to ensure a seamless, positive experience for your team, management and, most importantly, our
clients.

A day in the life…
● Oversee and lead the client administrator and reception operations
● Monitor administrative team’s workload to allow for fair, manageable work allocation
● Maintain open communication with advisors and Alitis management regarding team capacity
● Approve and coordinate time-off requests for the client administration team
● Take ownership of hiring and training new administration members as required, including
onboarding
● Provide support for career growth and development to the administration team, including
conducting performance reviews
● Create, implement and document new processes as required
● Review and improve current processes as required
● Oversee corrections process and approve a certain range (LOI)
● Ensure open workflow and optimized processes between front and back office
● Track and report fairly and accurately on administrative work to management teams
● Cultivate a positive but professional work culture
● Ad-hoc administrative support when required
Qualifications & Experience: 
● 3-5 years’ working experience in the financial services industry or similarly regulated industry in
an administrative capacity
● 3+ years’ team management experience in a busy office environment
● Comfortable working on a contract basis
● Willingness to travel to our other locations (Comox and Victoria) as required
● Prior working experience with CRMs and/or trading and reporting systems
● Prior experience in HR practices (hiring, onboarding, etc.) will be considered an asset
● Strong conflict resolution skills, especially in a workplace
● Exceptional attention to detail and keen ability to work efficiently but accurately
● Excellent organizational and time-management skills, with the ability to work to tight deadlines in
a fast-paced environment
● Ability to problem solve, use good judgement, and maintain confidentiality
● Confidence to speak with clients, colleagues and vendors in person, by phone or by email
● Excellent customer service skills
● Professional conduct and ability to communicate clearly in writing
● Experience working with Microsoft Office products, including Microsoft Teams

Who we are
Located in beautiful Campbell River, BC, Alitis Investment Counsel is a boutique investment firm focused on outstanding customer service, intelligent financial strategies, and a hands-on approach. Created in 2009, Alitis was born out of a need for a new investment strategy to help investors survive market
fluctuations. Now focusing on alternative investments, like private real estate, private equity and private mortgages, Alitis has revisioned safeguarding clients’ portfolios to offset market volatility and protect hard-earned returns.

The firm proudly manages over $460 million in assets, has over 20 team members, and has offices in Campbell River, Comox and Victoria.

This is a 15-month maternity leave contract, with the possibility of an extension
Alitis Investment Counsel also offers a competitive salary, team bonus, paid time off, and a comprehensive group benefits program.
How to apply: 
Send your resume with your name + Administrator Supervisor - Alitis in the subject line to careers@reimaginework.ca.

We come from a range of backgrounds and diverse lived experiences – this makes us better at what we do. We strongly encourage applications from all people including those from marginalized communities, such as BIPOC, LGBTQ2s+, and people with disabilities.

Alitis is an equal opportunity employer. We are committed to creating a diverse environment. All applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, colour, religion, gender, gender identity or expression, sexual orientation, national origin, genetics, disability, or age.

We can’t wait to meet you.

We thank all candidates for their applications; however, only shortlisted candidates will be contacted.

Campbell River Region

Campbell River

Casual Maintenance Tradesperson (Painter)

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Casual

Posted Thursday, February 15th, 2024

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ID: 
90828
Company: 
School District 72 (Campbell River)
Industry: 
Construction/ Trades
Wage: 
$37.83/hr
Expiry Date: 
Thursday, February 29, 2024 - 8am
Details: 
Position: Casual Maintenance Tradesperson (Painter)
Posting Number: 24-MAINT-005
Location: Operations Department
Hours/Day: On-Call as Required
Start Date: ASAP
Salary: $37.83/Hour
Application Deadline: February 26, 2024


Applications are invited for the position of Casual Maintenance Tradesperson (Painter), on an as needed basis, effective as soon as possible after the posting and recruitment process is completed.

Specific Responsibilities:
1. Carries out painting work including the use of various powered equipment.
2. Develop a close liaison with other staff so that a team approach is developed in the operation of schools and painting maintenance work.
3. Works from oral and/or written instruction and to established procedures, including ability to read construction drawings and specifications.
4. Uses hand and power tools / equipment and materials associated with performing assigned duties, cleans and stores tools and equipment as required.
5. Responds to emergency situations when required.
6. Provides his or her own personal tools and safety footwear.
7. Other duties as assigned.

The successful applicant may be required to submit a certificate of medical fitness as a condition of employment.

The rate of pay for this position is in accordance with the current collective agreement with the Canadian Union of Public Employees, Local 723.

School District 72 operates throughout a large geographic area. Campbell River and Quadra Island schools and our school board office are located on the traditional territory of the Liǧʷiɫdax̌ʷ people. School District 72 also encompasses the traditional territory of the Klahoose (Cortes), K’ómoks (Sayward), and Xwe’malhkwu (Bute Inlet) First Nations.

The District also respects and values the relationships with all other First Nations, Métis, and Inuit peoples who reside in these territories. It is with respectful consideration that the programs and services provided to students and staff acknowledge their histories, cultural contributions, and contemporary concerns.

Qualifications & Experience: 
1. Ability to read, write, and effectively communicate orally in English.
2. Must hold a valid B.C. TQ and/or interprovincial TQ ticket as a painter.
3. Minimum two years of recent full-time equivalent commercial/residential painting experience (approximately 3500 hrs.) as a painter, including brush, roller and spray.
4. Experience in the application of a variety of vinyl, commercial type wall coverings and window films.
5. Successful completion of courses in WHMIS and Fall Protection preferred.
6. Physical ability to perform all assigned tasks, including heavy lifting of up to 50 lbs.
7. Have a clear understanding of all painting related procedures and equipment.
8. Ability to establish and maintain a satisfactory relationship with school administration, parents, staff and students.
9. Ability to work at heights including a ladder, scaffold or scissor lift.
10. Ability to organize work.
11. Hold a valid B.C. Driver’s License Class 5 minimum.
12. Ability to use personal protective equipment.
13. Grade 12 Diploma.
How to apply: 
Apply on the Careers page on our website.

Campbell River Region

Campbell River

Heavy Duty Mechanic

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Full-Time

Posted Wednesday, February 14th, 2024

VIEW JOB DETAILS
ID: 
90818
Company: 
SMC MECHANCAL INC
Industry: 
Mining, Other
Wage: 
$45-$55/hr
Expiry Date: 
Wednesday, February 28, 2024 - 8am
Details: 
Heavy Duty Mechanics required for Ft. McMurray camp positions, 14/14 rotation with flights from nearest major airport and camp provided. Field work out of brand new service trucks. Cat equipment mining experience required. Pays ot daily after 8 hrs. wages negotiable depending on experience and attitude. Must be able to follow client safety policy and procedures, maintain positive professional attitude at all times. Must be willing and able to keep service trucks clean and organized at all times, complete required paperwork daily, timecards, vehicle inspections, FLRA, work orders etc.

Owner operator company. Hard work, Honesty and integrity are valued and will be compensated for accordingly. These are long term permanent positions.
Qualifications & Experience: 
Red Seal H.E.T certification required, 2 years mining experience.
Looking for self starters, Cat Et experience, attention to detail, able to work well with others and alone.
How to apply: 
Please email Resume and references to
SMCMechanics@gmail.com

Campbell River Region

Campbell River

Summer Students - Parks Beautification

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Seasonal

Posted Wednesday, February 14th, 2024

VIEW JOB DETAILS
ID: 
90817
Company: 
City of Campbell River
Industry: 
Public Works & Services
Wage: 
$21.91/hr
Expiry Date: 
Wednesday, February 28, 2024 - 8am
Details: 
For information on this exciting opportunity and to view a detailed job description that lists all the duties and necessary qualifications for this position, please visit www.campbellriver.ca/employment.
Qualifications & Experience: 
Please include verification of your education and certifications with your application.
How to apply: 
This posting closes on Sunday, March 10, 2024.

Please send your resume with covering letter, quoting Competition EXT-24-024 to:

Human Resources Department
City of Campbell River
301 St. Ann’s Road
Campbell River, BC V9W 4C7
Email: careers@campbellriver.ca

Campbell River Region

Campbell River

Loader Operator

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Full-Time

Posted Wednesday, February 14th, 2024

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ID: 
90816
Company: 
KPL Logging
Industry: 
Forestry
Wage: 
$40.78/hr
Expiry Date: 
Wednesday, February 28, 2024 - 8am
Details: 
Permanent - Full Time
Local work - Monday to Friday
Extended Benefits
Company Vehicle - Paid Travel
Qualifications & Experience: 
Experience Loader Operator needed.
Ability to operate in a multi-phase logging operation.
Team player - Reliable
How to apply: 
Email resume to:
sue@tahtsa.ca

Port Hardy and North Island

Port Alice

Bus Driver - Port Alice Route

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Full-Time

Posted Wednesday, February 14th, 2024

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ID: 
90815
Company: 
SCHOOL DISTRICT NO. 85 (Vancouver Island North)
Industry: 
Transportation
Wage: 
$29.70/hr
Expiry Date: 
Wednesday, February 28, 2024 - 8am
Details: 
JOB SCOPE
Reports to Manager of Operations and Maintenance Services.
May take direction from the Working Foreman – Transportation.
Conveys students and operates school bus in a safe efficient manner in accordance with statutory requirements and school district policy, regulations and guidelines.

MAJOR DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES
Becomes familiar with and conforms to school district policy and regulations on transportation of
students.
Performs pre-trip inspections, cleans bus, and installs snow chains when required.
Conveys students on prescribed routes and schedules; maintains discipline on the bus.
Reports equipment malfunctions to supervisor and student discipline problems to supervisor and school administrators.
Assists in the care of sick or injured students.
Maintains student list, driver’s log sheet, field trip log sheet, and discipline forms.
Performs other duties necessarily incidental to those assigned above.
Qualifications & Experience: 
Secondary school graduation (with Dogwood Certificate or equivalent).
Valid class 2 B.C. driver’s licence with an air brake endorsement.
Good interpersonal and communication skills.
Ability to understand and effectively carry out oral and written instructions.
Skill in safe and efficient operation of buses with capacity of 54 passengers or more.
Ability to establish and maintain satisfactory discipline on buses.
Must be physically fit and pass a medical examination.
Valid Level 1 first aid certificate or equivalent.
Specialized training, as required, to work with specific students (e.g. CPI).
Previous experience working with students with exceptionalities.
Successful completion of the school district bus driver training program.
Ability to successfully complete comprehensive road tests administered by the school district.
A minimum of five years of recent safe driving experience including two to three years of recent successful experience driving buses with a capacity of at least 54 passengers.
How to apply: 
Email resume to:
mjones@sd85.bc.ca

Other

Nanaimo

Collection Project Assistant (Summer Student)

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Seasonal

Posted Tuesday, February 13th, 2024

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ID: 
90814
Company: 
Nanaimo Art Gallery
Industry: 
A&E/Recreation
Wage: 
18.20/hr
Expiry Date: 
Wednesday, February 28, 2024 - 8am
Details: 
Position: Collection Project Assistant (Summer Student)

Salary: $18.20/hour
Hours: Summer contract, full time, 37.5 hour/week
Contract Term: 16 weeks, May 6 - August 23, 2024
Position Overview:

Nanaimo Art Gallery is looking to add a new member to our team! The Collection Project Assistant shares Nanaimo Art Gallery’s values of relevance, relationships, innovation, and openness, and is responsible for helping to document, catalog, and organize our permanent collection.
Under the direction of the Gallery’s Curator and Gallery Technician, the Collection Project Assistant will work to improve the organization, documentation, storage, and care of our permanent collection, through detailed condition reporting, matting, filing, labeling, and documenting.
The Assistant will add important context to the works we house through online and on-site research. The Assistant will help us to populate our collection management software with new acquisitions, and expand information about previously cataloged works. The Assistant will also help us to index the locations of artworks in our building to locations data in our collection management software. They will also help with exhibition installation and other related duties.

Specific Duties and Responsibilities:


The Collection Project Assistant’s responsibilities will include, but may not be limited to:

Art handling
Photographing artwork
Condition reporting artwork
Populating and updating artwork entries in our collection management software
Organizing and labeling artwork
Researching artists and artwork
Helping with exhibition installation and take down
Facilitating exhibition programs and events
Other duties as assigned
Qualifications & Experience: 
Requirements: (Qualifications, Knowledge, Education and Skills)
Clear and confident communicator with strong written and oral communication skills
Creative, enthusiastic, adaptable and self-motivated
Organizational skills
Love of arts and culture
Desire to contribute to and collaborate with a creative team
Ability to lift and move artworks (maximum 50 pounds)
Experience with spreadsheets and data entry
Computer literate
Canadian citizen or a permanent resident, or have refugee status in Canada (non-Canadians holding temporary work visas or awaiting permanent status are not eligible)
Between 16 and 30 years of age at the start of employment
Willing to commit to the full duration of the work assignment
Registered as a full time student this past semester
Intend to return to studies in the fall of 2024


Preferred Qualifications:
Proficiency in common communication tools (MS Office, Google Suite, Zoom, etc.)
Undergraduate student studying visual art, art history, museum studies, Indigenous studies, archives, library studies, collections management or another related field
How to apply: 
Please submit a cover letter, detailed resume and 3 references by email to:
jesse@nanaimoartgallery.ca,
with the subject heading “Collection Project Assistant”.
Closing date for applications is Friday March 15, 2024. Only those selected for an interview will be contacted.
Nanaimo Art Gallery hires on the basis of merit and is strongly committed to equity and diversity within its community.

The Gallery strives to be a safe space where all voices are heard and valued and work towards accessibility, anti-racism, 2SLGBTQIA+ inclusion and encourage diversity in our staff team. We encourage applications from visible minority group members, women, Indigenous persons, persons with disabilities, persons of minority sexual orientations and gender identities, and others with the skills and knowledge to productively engage with diverse communities. Students from other parts of the country and those with English as a second language are encouraged to apply.

Port Hardy and North Island

Port McNeill

Insurance License Trainee

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Full-Time

Posted Tuesday, February 13th, 2024

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ID: 
90813
Company: 
Coastal Community Insurance Serivces
Industry: 
Retail & Wholesale
Wage: 
$41,160.31 annually
Expiry Date: 
Wednesday, February 28, 2024 - 8am
Details: 
This is a Non-Union position.

As you Train your duties will include:

Organizing, controlling and distributing all batching, inventory, stock reconciliations, banking and all other ICBC agency functions
Performing all clerical and general insurance office functions
Actively training and/or assisting in ICBC and general insurance transactions with the responsibility to train others from time to time in ICBC functions
Performing other insurance related duties as assigned
Actively promoting the organization in the community in a positive manner
Ensuring that all department work meets standards in presentation, quality and timeliness as directed
Providing a friendly, courteous and communicative service while responding immediately and diplomatically to questions and concerns
Performing other insurance related duties as assigned
Qualifications & Experience: 
This is a training opportunity. The Duties and Responsibilities will be trained as appropriate licensing is acquired by the incumbent.
What are we looking for?

Secondary school diploma
Consideration will also be given to individuals with a Level 1 or 2 license and experience.

Ideally, you are a flexible, collaborative team player with:

Demonstration of a professional manner in speech, conduct, and appearance
Excellent interpersonal skills as required in an environment of quality service and cross-selling
A practical knowledge of related computer skills and understanding of the operation of a PC
Ability to operate general office equipment and knowledge of office procedures
Ability and incentive to upgrade skills and knowledge
A commitment to the Strategic Planning process
If you’re an approachable problem solver who embraces self-development and life-long learning, you’ll be a great fit with us.

Who are we?

Since first forming in 1946, Coastal Community has grown to become the largest financial services provider based on Vancouver Island. We’re proud of the legacy we’ve built and the things that make us who we are:

We’re 100% member-owned, with all decisions made locally—right here on Vancouver Island.
We’re a growing organization with over $4 billion in assets under management. Coastal Community helps improve the financial health of over 100,000 members and clients through our 24 branches, 16 insurance offices, 4 business centres, plus our wide range of online and digital services.
We believe in making meaningful contributions to the communities we call home. Each year, we give over half a million to community organizations and programs.
At Coastal Community we are dedicated to serving our local community by prioritizing diversity, equality, inclusion, and supporting a sense of belonging for all. We value every individual’s unique experience and perspective. As a result, we empower individuals to achieve their financial goals, enrich lives, and build healthier communities.

Embarking on a journey with Coastal Community means joining an exceptional team, engaging in meaningful work, and enjoying fulfilling experiences along the way. We offer a generous total rewards package and a great work/life balance because we want you to spend your career here. Many people do!

We take pride in offering a comprehensive total rewards package and workplace culture that's second to none. This includes a substantial extended benefits package, an impressive 11.50% Employer-paid RRSP contribution, investments in your education and training, banking perks, and so much more!

The salary range for this role fits within this career band. Individual job salary range will vary within the career band, based on the skills and requirements of the job posting.

Full Time annual salary range based on 37.50 hour work week.

Associate - Support - $45,733.68

If this role resonates with your passion and skills, we would love to hear from you.
How to apply: 
Please visit our website:
https://recruiting.ultipro.ca/COA5000COAC/JobBoard/826fa158-d71b-4b6e-b293-aac1f9402061/OpportunityDetail?opportunityId=929e4290-d39f-4517-ae19-79a22e39d127

Campbell River Region

Campbell River

Mechanic/ Shop Helper

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Full-Time

Posted Tuesday, February 13th, 2024

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ID: 
90812
Company: 
JTAK Industrial Ltd.
Industry: 
Construction/ Trades
Wage: 
$25-$35
Expiry Date: 
Wednesday, February 28, 2024 - 8am
Details: 
RESPONSIBILITIES:
-Inspect equipment to detect faults and malfunctions..
-Adjust equipment and repair or replace defective parts.
-Clean, lubricate and perform other maintenance tasks as needed.
-Repair hydraulic pumps and water pumps.
-Service engines and various machinery.
-Perform other routine maintenance as required.
-Operate forklift as needed.
-Job sites vary and some travel may be required.
-Physically demanding; bending, crouching, kneeling, handling heavy loads (up to 50lbs), and standing for extended periods will be required.

HOURS:
Monday to Friday
Weekends may be required on occasion.
Qualifications & Experience: 
1-3 years of experience (preferred)
Valid Class 5 driver’s license
Team player
Strong communication skills
Reliable
Attention to detail
Self motivated
How to apply: 
Please send your resume to:
info@jtakindustrial.com

Campbell River Region

Campbell River

Volunteer Coordinator

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Full-Time

Posted Tuesday, February 13th, 2024

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ID: 
90811
Company: 
Discovery Passage Aquarium Society
Industry: 
Education
Wage: 
$18.00-$19.00/hr
Expiry Date: 
Tuesday, February 27, 2024 - 8am
Details: 
Terms and Conditions

Hours (per week): 35-37.5
Term: Early/mid-June 2024 and end on August 30th, 2024
Schedule will include weekends and evenings
Pay: $18.00-$19.00 per hour, plus 4% vacation pay.
The Discovery Passage Aquarium is in Campbell River, BC
Must be eligible for employment under the Canada Summer Jobs Program; conditions outlined in online job description
Qualifications & Experience: 
Qualifications

Post-secondary education in a field of biological sciences, education, tourism, or marketing is an asset.
Experience as a social-media coordinator an asset.
Experience in events coordination an asset.
Experience as a volunteer coordinator an asset.

Desirable Knowledge, Skills, and Experience

Candidates must be able to demonstrate:
Excellent interpersonal communications, presentation and public speaking skills
Strong time management and organizational skills. Must be able to commit to a regular social media posting schedule.
Strong language skills in English are required. A second language is an asset
How to apply: 
Complete job description is on the Discovery Passage Aquarium website:
www.discoverypassageaquarium.ca
Please send resume, cover letter and any supporting documents to:
manager@discoverypassageaquarium.ca
Thank you for your interest in the Discovery Passage Aquarium! Only those selected for an interview will be contacted, however, we thank all applicants for their submissions. Interviews may be conducted throughout the posting period.

Campbell River Region

Campbell River

Explorer Lab Educator

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Full-Time

Posted Tuesday, February 13th, 2024

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ID: 
90810
Company: 
Discovery Passage Aquarium Society
Industry: 
Education
Wage: 
$18.00-$19.00/hr
Expiry Date: 
Tuesday, February 27, 2024 - 8am
Details: 
Terms and Conditions

Hours (per week): 35-37.5
Term: Full time from July 2nd to August 30th, 2024.
Schedule will include weekends and some evenings.
Pay: $18.00 per hour, plus 4% vacation pay.
The Discovery Passage Aquarium is in Campbell River, BC
Must be eligible for employment under the Canada Summer Jobs Program; conditions outlined in online job description
Qualifications & Experience: 
Qualifications

Post-secondary education in a field of biological sciences, marine biology, education, tourism or related field is an asset. Relevant high school level coursework also an asset. High school students are equally encouraged to apply.
Level 1 First Aid with CPR-C is an asset
Strong language skills in English are required. A second language is an asset

Desirable Knowledge, Skills, and Experience

Experience and competence in computer skills including Word, Excel, PowerPoint, and email
Experience developing and/or delivering educational programs to youth of all ages an asset
Knowledge of local marine biodiversity, species, life history, and habitats.
Familiarity with social media promotional opportunities, including web blogs
Strong language skills in English are required. A second language is an asset
How to apply: 
Complete job description is on the Discovery Passage Aquarium website:
www.discoverypassageaquarium.ca
Please send resume, cover letter and any supporting documents to:
manager@discoverypassageaquarium.ca
Thank you for your interest in the Discovery Passage Aquarium! Only those selected for an interview will be contacted, however, we thank all applicants for their submissions. Interviews may be conducted throughout the posting period.

Campbell River Region

Campbell River

Aquarium Interpreter

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Full-Time

Posted Tuesday, February 13th, 2024

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ID: 
90809
Company: 
Discovery Passage Aquarium Society
Industry: 
Education
Wage: 
$18.00-$19.00/hr
Expiry Date: 
Tuesday, February 27, 2024 - 8am
Details: 
Terms and Conditions

Hours (per week): 35-37.5
Term: Full time from May 13th, 2024 to August 30th, 2024
Schedule will include weekends and some evenings
Pay: $18.00-$19.00 per hour, plus 4% vacation pay.
The Discovery Passage Aquarium is in Campbell River, B.C.
Qualifications & Experience: 
Qualifications

Post-secondary education in a field of biological sciences, marine biology, education, tourism or related field is an asset. Relevant high school level course work also an asset. High school students are equally encouraged to apply.
Level 1 First Aid with CPR-C is an asset
Knowledge of local marine biodiversity, species, life history and habitats
Strong language skills in English are required. A second language is an asset

Desirable Knowledge, Skills and Experience

Experience in animal handling and interpretation is an asset
Excellent interpersonal communications, presentation and public speaking skills
Strong time management and organizational skills
Ability to be creative and flexible with problem-solving skills
How to apply: 
Complete job description is on the Discovery Passage Aquarium website:
www.discoverypassageaquarium.ca

Please send resume, cover letter and any supporting documents to:
manager@discoverypassageaquarium.ca.
Please specify desired hours and rate of pay in your cover letter.

Thank you for your interest in the Discovery Passage Aquarium Society! Only those selected for an interview will be contacted, however, we thank all applicants for their submissions. Interviews may be conducted throughout the posting period.

Campbell River Region

Campbell River

Education & Stewardship Coordinator

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Full-Time

Posted Tuesday, February 13th, 2024

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ID: 
90808
Company: 
Discovery Passage Aquarium Society
Industry: 
Education
Wage: 
$22.00-$26.00/hr
Expiry Date: 
Tuesday, February 27, 2024 - 8am
Details: 
Terms and Conditions

30 to 35 hours per week.
Pay: $22.00-26.00 per hour, plus 4% vacation pay and an annual $500.00 wellness benefit package.
Term: Full time. Seasonal reduction in hours may take place in winter months, contingent on funding and the overall financial status of the organization. Schedule will include weekends and some evenings
Reports to: Aquarium Curator & Manager.
Prior to Employment: Must confirm access to a vehicle, current first aid certification, and criminal record check.
Qualifications & Experience: 
Qualifications

University degree or technical diploma in Biology, Education or a related field is preferred.
Experience in community-based science education, including the development & delivery of programs.
Experience in aquatic animal husbandry, basic accounting and marketing are an asset.
First Aid and CPR Certification.
Must confirm access to a vehicle and provide a criminal record check.
Strong language skills in English are required. A second language is an asset.

Desirable Knowledge, Skills, & Experience

Knowledge of local marine biodiversity, species, life history and habitats.
Excellent interpersonal communications, presentation, and public speaking skills.
Enthusiasm for ocean literacy and conservation.
Professional and friendly demeanor with demonstrated experience as a team member.
Ability to be creative and flexible with problem-solving skills.
Strong time management and organizational skills.
How to apply: 
Complete job description is on the Discovery Passage Aquarium website:
www.discoverypassageaquarium.ca

Please send resume, cover letter and any supporting documents to:
manager@discoverypassageaquarium.ca.
Please specify desired hours and rate of pay in your cover letter.

Thank you for your interest in the Discovery Passage Aquarium Society! Only those selected for an interview will be contacted, however, we thank all applicants for their submissions. Interviews may be conducted throughout the posting period.

Campbell River Region

Campbell River

Youth Counsellor - Substance Use

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Part-Time

Posted Tuesday, February 13th, 2024

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ID: 
90807
Company: 
The John Howard Society of North Island
Industry: 
Social Services
Wage: 
$37.55 - $47.46/hr
Expiry Date: 
Tuesday, February 27, 2024 - 8am
Details: 
The youth and family substance use counsellor assists clients to assess situations, create plans, and take actions so they can meet goals related to their own or a family member's substance use. By establishing supportive and trusting relationships with youth, the counsellor aims to reduce risk, promote positive choices for a healthier lifestyle, and support youths' connections, stability, and attachment to family and community. The counsellor is also available to the community as an information resource and consultant. Visit our website at www.jhsni.bc.ca and see Opportunities/Employment/Campbell River/JH453 for complete details.
Qualifications & Experience: 
Visit our website at www.jhsni.bc.ca and see Opportunities/Employment/Campbell River/JH453 for complete details.
How to apply: 
Visit our website at www.jhsni.bc.ca and see Opportunities/Employment/Campbell River/JH453 for complete details.

Port Hardy and North Island

Port Hardy

'Wi'la'mola Collaborative Driver

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Contract

Posted Tuesday, February 13th, 2024

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ID: 
90806
Company: 
Sacred Wolf Friendship Centre
Industry: 
Transportation
Wage: 
$35/Hour
Expiry Date: 
Tuesday, February 27, 2024 - 8am
Details: 
*Please note, most work time is spent in a vehicle transporting patients. With 10% of work time being spent in an office environment.

'Wi’la’mola Collaborative is looking for a Driver who will provide transportation for eligible non-emergency medical patients throughout the Northern region of Vancouver Island.

DUTIES:
Transport patients to and from medical facilities and pick-up locations while providing excellent customer service.
Use maps to locate hospitals, medical facilities, and patient home addresses to navigate the safest routes possible while transporting patients.
Complete Trip Sheet, recording each transport and data entry of Trip Sheet data into computer systems.
Complete Vehicle Inspection checklist at the start of each trip.
Ensure the vehicle is maintained and keep the unit clean.
must comply with the expectations of our contracts and all Federal, Provincial, and Local regulatory standards for driving and vehicle safety.
Report to the Sacred Wolf Friendship Centre Administration Team.
Qualifications & Experience: 
SKILLS:
• Strong time-management and prioritization
• Ability to keep accurate records in both written and electronic forms
• Must be reliable, punctual, and friendly
• Ability to work as part of a team as well as independently with minimal supervision
• Excellent oral and written communications skills
• Awareness or practice with diverse Indigenous culture and support services

PHYSICAL DEMANDS:
The physical demands described here are representative of those that must be met by an employee to successfully perform the essential functions of this job. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions.
Lifting, up to 50lbs
Bending, twisting, crouching, and reaching overhead and laterally
Assisting members up and down stairs
Pushing/pulling loaded wheelchair up to 200lbs

ADDITIONAL REQUIREMENTS:
Availability to occasionally take weekend and night shifts
0-2 years previous work experience
Valid BC Driver's License
Clean driving record
Criminal record check
Must be at least 19 years of age
People of Indigenous ancestry is encouraged to apply

The ‘Wi’la’mola Collaborative Pilot Project is an inclusive collaborating approach to providing culturally sensitive, trauma-informed service accessibility to non-emergency medical patient transportation exceeding 75 kms beyond our northern Vancouver Island rural communities of the Mount Waddington Regional District.
How to apply: 
Apply with Cover letter and Resume in person at Sacred Wolf Friendship Centre,
by fax:
250-949-7109; or,
by email:
programdirector@sacredwolf.ca

Campbell River Region

Campbell River

Payroll Administration

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Full-Time

Posted Tuesday, February 13th, 2024

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ID: 
90805
Industry: 
Management/ Administration
Wage: 
52,000 - 56,000 per year
Expiry Date: 
Tuesday, February 27, 2024 - 8am
Details: 
• Process biweekly payroll.
• Maintain accurate employee information, including personal information, employment income, allowances, benefits, non-regular payments, non- statutory deductions, termination of employment, and records of employment.
• Remit monthly contributions to Group Pension & RRSP provider.
• Perform payroll year-end processes including T4s.
• Prepare and file WCB returns.
• Process Payroll journal entries, including accruals & reversals, and payroll
• Benefit Administration, support the office and safety team in staying current.

We are looking for a full-time payroll administrator - this is a full-time temp position which may lead into permanent full time employment.
Qualifications & Experience: 
• Must have intermediate knowledge of Excel
• Basic knowledge of MS Word and Outlook is required
• Demonstrates accuracy, attention to detail and reliability
• High Sense of confidentiality
• Proven ability to quickly establish rapport with employees from a wide
range of backgrounds
• Positive Attitude with superior communication and interpersonal skills
• Canadian Payroll Certificate (Preferred)
• To be able to prioritize and organize with daily, weekly, monthly, and yearly functions.
• Collect and summarize timekeeping information
• Calculating payable hours, commissions, bonuses, tax withholdings and deductions
• Providing information and answering employee and sub trades questions about payroll-related matters
• Updating records related to changes in employees' addresses or withholdings
• Performing withholdings, including wage garnishments, voluntary contributions to benefits programmes and taxes
How to apply: 
Please apply to:
framernation151@gmail.com

Campbell River Region

Campbell River

Landscape/Construction Labourer

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Seasonal

Posted Tuesday, February 13th, 2024

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ID: 
90795
Industry: 
Construction/ Trades
Wage: 
$22-$28/hr
Expiry Date: 
Tuesday, February 27, 2024 - 8am
Details: 
Landscape/Construction Labourer needed to join our team.
Qualifications & Experience: 
- Bobcat and Mini excavator and construction experience would be an asset but not necessary
- Valid Class 5 Driver's License - with clean abstract required and own transportation available
- Must be able to work flexible schedule with some weekends
- Carpentry experience is an asset but not necessary
How to apply: 
Email resume to:
jobs@niefs.net

Or drop off in person at:
920 Alder Street
Campbell River B.C

Please put the Job ID number on the subject line.

Or fax:
250.286.3447

Campbell River Region

Campbell River

Career Opportunities for People with Disabilities

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Full-Time

Posted Tuesday, February 13th, 2024

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ID: 
90794
Company: 
ICBC
Industry: 
Management/ Administration
Wage: 
TBD
Expiry Date: 
Tuesday, February 27, 2024 - 8am
Details: 
Position Highlights:

ICBC is committed to creating a work environment where each and every one of our employees can feel they truly belong.
Having a diverse workforce that includes people with disabilities is paramount to this mission. Fostering a hiring process that
seeks candidates with disabilities and provides an environment in which they can thrive can help mitigate current staffing gaps,
power innovation, and support a strong organizational culture. As a company we strive to ensure every candidate has a world
class recruiting experience. We therefore invite you to apply to this posting. When you submit your application to this posting,
you are applying to multiple positions and will be joining our dedicated talent pipeline.

A member of our Recruitment team will connect with you to discuss your interest and experience and work to match you to
current or future opportunities that complement your knowledge, skills and abilities.

There are career opportunities within ICBC in a wide range of departments and functions located throughout British Columbia.
We offer permanent full-time and part time opportunities as well as temporary opportunities. The role could be a front office or
back office position, providing customer service and administrative support for an assigned area in this fast-paced, service
oriented environment.

The responsibilities may include;
•Performing a variety of customer service related duties including providing customers with information, responding to enquiries
in person, on the phone and via email for the assigned area.
•Determining the nature of enquiries, respond and/or redirect to the appropriate resource.
•Providing administrative support for the assigned area. These may include completing correspondence, maintaining accurate
records and files and entering, retrieving and analyzing data.
•Preparing and reviewing reports and documents for accuracy and error correction.
•Conducting searches for information on computer databases. Identifying and/or certifying and releasing appropriate documents
and information.
•Collaborating with other departments to complete work and resolve problems.

Position Information:

What we offer:
•Competitive Salary & Benefits: We are committed to providing industry competitive salary and benefits.
•Continuous Training: We offer continuous in-house training to ensure you are equipped with the knowledge to be successful in
your role.
•Hybrid of On-site and Working from Home: We offer flexible working arrangements as we continue to support our employees in
balancing their career and life commitments.
•COVID-19 safety protocols: We comply with WorkSafeBC and the health authorities of British Columbia to ensure your safety
and wellbeing.
•Engaging Culture: We promote an inclusive and diverse work environment. We have a dedicated Indigenous Employee
Resource Group (ERG) working towards the vision of increasing the presence of Indigenous employees at ICBC by building
awareness, understanding and support for Indigenous cultures and issues. It provides a safe space for Indigenous staff to
connect and access support.

Please note only those legally entitled to work in Canada at present will be considered for this position.

At ICBC, it’s our job to make sure the car insurance system works for all British Columbians, today and in the future. If you want
to make the most of your skills and expertise while growing your career, we want you. A career at ICBC is an opportunity to be
part of a talented, diverse and inclusive team that is driven to serve its customers and community. You can expect a competitive
salary, comprehensive benefits and a collaborative work environment. If you are reliable and dependable, contact us today to be
part of our talented and diverse team as we work together to create an insurance system we can all be proud of.

We welcome applications from all qualified job seekers. If you are a job seeker with a disability, please let us know as
adjustments can be made to help support you in delivering your best performance.

Location:
Various Locations

Reference Number:
118012
Qualifications & Experience: 
Position Requirements

The successful candidates will have;
•Ability to communicate clearly and effectively
•Proven organizational, planning, analytical, problem-solving, customer service skills
•Ability to learn quickly and work independently
•Proficiency with relevant computer applications
How to apply: 
Please apply at:
https://onlinebusiness.icbc.com/sap/zicbc_unreg_job_search?sap-language=EN#

Campbell River Region

Campbell River

Career Opportunities for Indigenous Peoples (First Nations, Inuit, Metis)

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Full-Time

Posted Tuesday, February 13th, 2024

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ID: 
90793
Company: 
ICBC
Industry: 
Management/ Administration
Wage: 
TBD
Expiry Date: 
Tuesday, February 27, 2024 - 8am
Details: 
Position Highlights
This posting is intended for applicants who self-identify as Indigenous (First Nations, Inuit or Metis) as permitted under
Paragraph 42 of the BC Human Rights Code. When you submit your application to this posting, you are applying to multiple
positions and will be joining our dedicated talent pipeline.
A member of our Recruitment team will connect with you to discuss your interest and experience and work to match you to
current or future opportunities that complement your knowledge, skills and abilities.
There are career opportunities within ICBC in a wide range of departments and functions located throughout British Columbia.
We offer permanent full-time and part time opportunities as well as temporary opportunities. The role could be a front office or
back office position, providing customer service and administrative support for an assigned area in this fast-paced, service
oriented environment.

The responsibilities may include;
•Performing a variety of customer service related duties including providing customers with information, responding to enquiries
in person, on the phone and via email for the assigned area.
•Determining the nature of enquiries, respond and/or redirect to the appropriate resource.
•Providing administrative support for the assigned area. These may include completing correspondence, maintaining accurate
records and files and entering, retrieving and analyzing data.
•Preparing and reviewing reports and documents for accuracy and error correction.
•Conducting searches for information on computer databases. Identifying and/or certifying and releasing appropriate documents
and information.
•Collaborating with other departments to complete work and resolve problems.

At ICBC, it’s our job to make sure the car insurance system works for all British Columbians, today and in the future. If you want
to make the most of your skills and expertise while growing your career, we want you. A career at ICBC is an opportunity to be
part of a talented, diverse and inclusive team that is driven to serve its customers and community. You can expect a competitive
salary, comprehensive benefits and a collaborative work environment. If you are reliable and dependable, contact us today to be
part of our talented and diverse team as we work together to create an insurance system we can all be proud of.
We welcome applications from all qualified job seekers. If you are a job seeker with a disability, please let us know as
adjustments can be made to help support you in delivering your best performance.

Position Information

What we offer:
•Competitive Salary & Benefits: We are committed to providing industry competitive salary and benefits. One step we are taking
towards our commitment to Reconciliation is providing five paid days of Indigenous Cultural Leave per year for Indigenous
employees to attend ceremonial, cultural and spiritual events.
•Continuous Training: We offer continuous in-house training to ensure you are equipped with the knowledge to be successful in
your role.
•Hybrid of On-site and Working from Home: We offer flexible working arrangements as we continue to support our employees in
balancing their career and life commitments.
•Engaging Culture: We promote an inclusive and diverse work environment. We have a dedicated Indigenous Employee
Resource Group (ERG) working towards the vision of increasing the presence of Indigenous employees at ICBC by building
awareness, understanding and support for Indigenous cultures and issues. It provides a safe space for Indigenous staff to
connect and access support.
Please note only those legally entitled to work in Canada at present will be considered for this position

Location:
Various Locations

Reference Number:
117983
Qualifications & Experience: 
Position Requirements

The successful candidates will have;
•Ability to communicate clearly and effectively
•Proven organizational, planning, analytical, problem-solving, customer service skills
•Ability to learn quickly and work independently
•Proficiency with relevant computer applications
How to apply: 
Please apply at:
https://onlinebusiness.icbc.com/sap/zicbc_unreg_job_search?sap-language=EN#

Other

Port Alberni

Sessional Instructor, Health Care Assistant

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Contract

Posted Monday, February 12th, 2024

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ID: 
90791
Company: 
North Island College
Industry: 
Education
Wage: 
$68,385 - $109,584
Expiry Date: 
Tuesday, February 27, 2024 - 8am
Details: 
Applications are invited from qualified individuals to instruct in the Health Care Assistant Certificate program at North Island College.

The instructional assignment, up to 100%, involves teaching in one or more of the following practice courses to a cohort of Health Care Assistant student at the Port Alberni campus. Practicum placements will take place in a variety of practice settings and may require travel. Applicants need to have access to reliable transportation

PLEASE IDENTIFY within your Cover Letter what of the following courses you are interested in instructing:

HCA 140: Practice Experience 1

HCA 145: Practice Experience 2

HCA 150: Practice Experience 3

The successful candidate will implement creative strategies in the preparation and delivery of practice activities; use initiative in providing documentation and follow-up with regard to student concerns and problem resolution; and, bring facilitation skills to management of conflict. The schedule for this assignment will be flexible to meet the needs of the program.

The teaching faculty of North Island College are responsible for implementing the College’s vision, goals, and objectives as they relate to teaching and learning. To carry out their teaching assignments, faculty use organizational skills, inter-personal skills, and their knowledge of subject matter, pedagogy, and curricular design. In addition, they have a responsibility to serve as role models for students and colleagues.

IMPORTANT NOTES:
Please read the Immunization requirements for Health and Human Services Faculty, located under the Health and Human Services link on the left menu list. At the time of this posting, as per the Provincial Health Officer, all regulated health professionals working in all health-care settings are required to be fully vaccinated for COVID-19 (2 immunizations required).

In accordance with the Criminal Records and Review Act, it is mandatory that faculty hired under the Faculty of Health and Human Services department have a clear Criminal Record. For more information and necessary forms, click on the Health and Human Services link located on the left menu list.

The responsibilities and typical duties listed below constitute a generic job description for teaching faculty whose responsibility may be for the delivery of scheduled classes, the support of self-paced, on-line, and distance courses, and/or instruction and supervision in laboratories, practicums, etc.
Qualifications & Experience: 
- Practical Nursing credential or BSN degree;
- Two years’ experience teaching adults, preferably at the post-secondary level;
- Work experience in gerontics;
- Extensive experience working with Older Adults;
- A combination of education and experience may be considered;
- Provincial Instructor diploma preferred;
- Experience with Indigenous pedagogies and culture;
- Current registration with BCCNM (inclusive of Criminal Record);
- CPR Level HCP required.
How to apply: 
Apply Online at https://careers.nic.bc.ca/postings/5318

Campbell River Region

Campbell River

Accounting Technician (AT)

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Full-Time

Posted Monday, February 12th, 2024

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ID: 
90790
Company: 
Ka:'yu:'k't'h'/Che:k:tles7et'h' First Nations
Industry: 
Finance & Banking
Wage: 
$25 to $33/hr
Expiry Date: 
Monday, February 26, 2024 - 8am
Details: 
Ka:’yu:’k’t’h’/Che:k’tles7et’h’ FN Gov’t is growing & needs to add a top-notch Accounting Technician (AT) to its Finance Team. The AT supports the Finance Dept as well as staff in other KCFN Departments with basic accounting tasks. He or she performs administrative & data-entry related tasks to the preparation of financial records. The AT is an enthusiastic, self-starter who is able to work independently or as part of a team, in a progressive, fast-paced environment. This f/t, permanent, position comes with a competitive wage, extended health benefits, life insurance, Employee Assistance Plan, & pension plan. You will also enjoy time off to achieve a healthy work-life balance!

What you’ll do:

• Perform & organize the complete A/P cycle & maintenance of A/P files & adhere to payment deadlines
• Receive/verify invoices & cheque requisitions
• Ensure cheque requisitions have proper back-up attached and proper signature(s)
• Code, verify, & send to supervisor for authority to pay
• Prepare batches of invoices for data entry
• Post invoices in the A/P module
• Administrate/manage/carry-out the A/R functions
• Print cheques & distribute them accordingly
• Manage/ensure accurate payments to payees – and correct any problems/issues in a timely manner
• Maintain payment deadlines, update & reconcile control sheets as well as prepare bank files for transfer of payments
• Code, verify & post transactions to journal, ledgers, bank statements & other records
• Perform reconciliations of GL accounts as well as reconcile bank statements at month end
• Maintain accurate records, documentation & investigate incorrect accounting entries
• Prepare & deposit cash receipts ensuring records are properly kept
• Provide back-up for other accounting staff when required (participates in cross-training to facilitate coverage)
• Ensure full compliance with all KCFN policies & procedures
• Tag & record Capital Assets
• Maintain various reports by regularly updating files, reports, & spreadsheets
• Prepare various financial/accounting reports as required
• Participate as an active member in special projects as assigned by the Finance Manager or other senior managers in Finance Department
• Provide back-up coverage/support for payroll when needed (participates in cross-training to build/development skillsets in this area)
• Participate in benefits/pension administration/processing
• Participate in the support/administration of patient travel
• Other duties as assigned
Qualifications & Experience: 
• Post-secondary education in accounting, finance, or business administration – strong asset
• Grade 12 Diploma - preferred
• Several years of experience working in a similar industry (ie preferably in a First Nations Financial Government setting)
• Strong aptitude for accounting theory, practice, and systems
• Experience with QuickBooks, Adagio, PayDirt, Office 365, Google docs – strong asset
• Excellent file management and organizational skills
• Keen attention to detail with a high level of accuracy
• Ability to meet assignment and project deadlines (sometimes under tight time constraints)
• Well-developed communication and customer service skills
• Good conflict resolution/decision-making skills
• WHMIS, Violence and Harassment Awareness training (or willing to take)
• Valid driver’s license, acceptable driver’s abstract, reliable vehicle – asset
• An acceptable Police Information Check (PIC) – required

** This competition is open to persons legally entitled to work in Canada**

CLOSING DATE & TIME: Open until filled START DATE: ASAP

STATUS: Permanent, Full-time DATE POSTED: Feb 12/24

COMPENSATION: $25 to $33 per hr + health benefits/life insurance/EFAP/pension

TO APPLY: E-mail cover letter & resume to Dwayne Worthing, HR Manager, at dwaynew@kcfirstnations.com citing “Accounting Technician” in the subject heading of your e-mail.

In accordance with the provisions of the Canadian Human Rights Act and/or the Employment Equity Act, preference may be given to Indigenous applicants.

We thank all those who apply, however only those shortlisted will be contacted for interviews.
How to apply: 
E-mail cover letter & resume to Dwayne Worthing, HR Manager at:
dwaynew@kcfirstnations.com,
citing "Accounting Technician" in the subject heading of your e-mail

Other

Nanaimo

Community Engagement Facilitator (Summer Student)

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Seasonal

Posted Monday, February 12th, 2024

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ID: 
90789
Company: 
Nanaimo Art Gallery
Industry: 
A&E/Recreation
Wage: 
$18.20/hr
Expiry Date: 
Monday, February 26, 2024 - 8am
Details: 
Salary: $18.20/hour
Hours: Summer contract, full time, 37.5 hour/week
Contract Term: 16 weeks, May 6 - August 23, 2024

Position Overview:
Nanaimo Art Gallery is looking to add a new member to our team! The Community Engagement Facilitator shares Nanaimo Art Gallery’s values of relevance, relationships, innovation, and openness, and is responsible for expanding the reach of our programs within the community.
The Community Engagement Facilitator will be responsible for engaging with Nanaimo communities at different events throughout the summer, developing new ways to track visitor experience, and helping with social media marketing.

Under the direction of our Education team, the Community Engagement Facilitator will create visitor surveys and tracking materials to help to improve the visitor experience, represent the Gallery at community events, and engage with the community around the development of a new facility, attend meetings with community partners, create social media content, plan and facilitate programming for all ages in response to the the exhibition, and will assist with events and visitor services tasks.

Specific Duties and Responsibilities:

The Community Engagement Facilitator’s responsibilities will include, but may not be limited to:

Assisting with the coordination and facilitation of programs and on-site and off-site community events (such as Night Market, Pride, Silly Boat Races, etc.)
Assisting with market research around the development of a new facility
Attending meetings with community partners
Recruiting and scheduling volunteers
Researching visitor trends in museums and galleries, and creating visitor tracking materials
Creating and scheduling social media posts and stories
Providing staffing support to summer camps and at the front desk
Other duties as assigned
Will include some weekend and evening work

Nanaimo Art Gallery hires on the basis of merit and is strongly committed to equity and diversity within its community.

The Gallery strives to be a safe space where all voices are heard and valued and work towards accessibility, anti-racism, 2SLGBTQIA+ inclusion and encourage diversity in our staff team. We encourage applications from visible minority group members, women, Indigenous persons, persons with disabilities, persons of minority sexual orientations and gender identities, and others with the skills and knowledge to productively engage with diverse communities. Students from other parts of the country and those with English as a second language are encouraged to apply.
Qualifications & Experience: 
Requirements: (Qualifications, Knowledge, Education and Skills)
Clear and confident communicator with strong written and oral communication skills
Ability and willingness to work with the public of all ages
Creative, enthusiastic, adaptable and self motivated
Love of arts and culture
Desire to contribute to and collaborate with a creative team
Ability to move folding tables, tents, and other equipment
Valid BC drivers license and access to a vehicle
Available for evening and weekend shifts
Canadian citizen or a permanent resident, or have refugee status in Canada (non-Canadians holding temporary work visas or awaiting permanent status are not eligible)
Between 16 and 30 years of age at the start of employment
Willing to commit to the full duration of the work assignment
Registered as a full time student this past semester
Intend to return to studies in the fall of 2024

Preferred Qualifications:
Proficiency in common communication tools (MS Office, Google Suite, Zoom, etc.)
Undergraduate student studying visual art, art history, museum studies, Indigenous studies, education, tourism or another related field
How to apply: 
Please submit a cover letter, detailed resume and 3 references by email to:
aisha@nanaimoartgallery.ca with the subject heading “Community Engagement Facilitator”.
Closing date for applications is Friday March 15, 2024. Only those selected for an interview will be contacted.

Other

Nanaimo

Learning & Engagement Facilitator (Summer Student)

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Seasonal

Posted Monday, February 12th, 2024

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ID: 
90788
Company: 
Nanaimo Art Gallery
Industry: 
A&E/Recreation
Wage: 
$18.20/hr
Expiry Date: 
Monday, February 26, 2024 - 8am
Details: 
Salary: $18.20/hour
Hours: Summer contract, full time, 37.5 hour/week
Contract Term: 16 weeks, May 6 - August 23, 2024

Position Overview:
Nanaimo Art Gallery is looking to add a new member to our team! The Learning & Engagement Facilitator shares Nanaimo Art Gallery’s values of relevance, relationships, innovation, and openness, and is responsible for delivering innovative hands-on art programming.
Under the direction of our Education team, the Learning & Engagement Facilitator will plan and facilitate six weeks of full-day Art Camps for elementary school-aged children. They will develop lesson plans, order supplies, manage the art camp budget, plan games, and excursions, book visiting artists, and recruit and manage volunteers. The Learning & Engagement Facilitator will facilitate and assist with additional educational programming and events for all ages. They will be a part of a passionate team and will receive support and training to expand their Gallery knowledge, knowledge of contemporary art, and customer service skills.

Specific Duties and Responsibilities:

The Learning & Engagement Facilitator’s responsibilities will include, but may not be limited to:

Researching, planning and facilitating full day Art Camps for children aged 6-12
Developing lesson plans, and planning games and activities for campers
Ordering supplies, and managing a budget
Recruiting and managing volunteers
Booking visiting artists, and special excursions
Creating communication documents for families of campers
Setting up the room, preparing supplies, cleaning up, and locking up the Gallery at the end of the program
Helping to create a welcoming and motivating environment
Other duties as assigned

Nanaimo Art Gallery hires on the basis of merit and is strongly committed to equity and diversity within its community.

The Gallery strives to be a safe space where all voices are heard and valued and work towards accessibility, anti-racism, 2SLGBTQIA+ inclusion and encourage diversity in our staff team. We encourage applications from visible minority group members, women, Indigenous persons, persons with disabilities, persons of minority sexual orientations and gender identities, and others with the skills and knowledge to productively engage with diverse communities. Students from other parts of the country and those with English as a second language are encouraged to apply.
Qualifications & Experience: 
Requirements: (Qualifications, Knowledge, Education and Skills)
Clear and confident communicator with strong written and oral communication skills
Creative, enthusiastic, adaptable and self motivated
Experience working with school-aged children
Love of art and culture
Desire to contribute to and collaborate with a creative team
Canadian citizen or a permanent resident, or have refugee status in Canada (non-Canadians holding temporary work visas or awaiting permanent status are not eligible)
Between 16 and 30 years of age at the start of employment
Willing to commit to the full duration of the work assignment
Registered as a full time student this past semester
Intend to return to studies in the fall of 2024


Preferred Qualifications
Proficiency in common communication tools (MS Office, Google Suite, Zoom, etc.)
Undergraduate student studying visual art, art history, museum studies, Indigenous studies, education, or another related field
How to apply: 
Please submit a cover letter, detailed resume and 3 references by email to aisha@nanaimoartgallery.ca with the subject heading “Learning & Engagement Facilitator.”
Closing date for applications is Friday March 15, 2024. Only those selected for an interview will be contacted.

Campbell River Region

Campbell River

Security Guard /Mobile Patrol

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Part-Time

Posted Monday, February 12th, 2024

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ID: 
90787
Company: 
Footprints Security
Industry: 
Security
Wage: 
$18.00-$23.00/hr
Expiry Date: 
Monday, February 26, 2024 - 8am
Details: 
Static Security Guard - General Responsibilities

Provide a security presence in various settings (Offices, Malls, Parks, Events, etc...)
Provide exceptional customer service to clients and the public.
Ensure client property and personnel are safe secure.
Conduct foot patrols, including standing and walking.
Interact with a wide range of people in varied environments.
Compassionately and respectfully enforce private property laws
Observe, record, and report activities and security incidents while on shift

Mobile Patrol Drives - General Responsibilities

Provide a mobile security presence in various settings (Offices, Malls, Parks, Events, etc...)
Provide exceptional customer service to clients and the public
Ensure client property and personnel are safe secure
Safely drive a security patrol vehicle to client sites
Conduct foot patrols of multiple clients properties throughout the shift
Respond to alarms and varied callouts at client sites
Interact with a wide range of people in varied environments
Compassionately and respectfully enforce private property laws
Observe, record, and report activities and security incidents while on shift

We are hiring all North Island: Courtenay, Comox, Campbell River, and Powell River
Qualifications & Experience: 
The ability to interact with people in a compassionate and respectful manner.
Strong communication skills, both verbally and in writing
A calm demeanor and sound decision-making skills
Ability to use computers and smartphones with ease.
A strong desire to provide excellent customer service.
The ability to sit, stand, walk or drive depending on the positions duties
Either possess or be able to obtain a BC Security License (Ask us)
Drivers  license 
How to apply: 
Footprintssecurity.com/careers

Campbell River Region

Campbell River

Youth Counsellor - FTAP

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Full-Time

Posted Monday, February 12th, 2024

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ID: 
90786
Company: 
The John Howard Society of North Island
Industry: 
Social Services
Wage: 
$37.55-$47.46/hr
Expiry Date: 
Monday, February 26, 2024 - 8am
Details: 
Job Location: Campbell River
Note: This position includes a comprehensive 100% employer-paid benefit package, enrolment in our defined benefit pension, the Municipal Pension Plan, and three weeks of paid vacation.
Duties and Qualifications: See job description at the end of this document.
Salary Rate: $37.55 (Step 1) - $47.46 (Step 4), Paraprofessional Grid 14, Step 1*
Schedule: Monday – Friday, 8:30 am – 4:00 pm
Hours per week: 35

*All JJEP/Paraprofessional positions are subject to wage grid levels. Positions begin at Step 1 and are increased to Steps 2 through 4 based on number of hours worked.

Job Description
Job Title: Full Time Attendance Programs Youth Counsellor
Work Site: Beech Street
Program: Oasis, Headstart, and 180 programs
JJEP Benchmark: Adult, Youth and/or Child Counsellor
Grid Level: 14 Paraprofessional Grid
Reports to: Full Time Attendance Programs Manager
Prepared Date: September 8, 2006
Approved by: Executive Director
Revised & Approved by Executive Director: January 27, 2017
Reviewed: June 22, 2022

Summary
 Provides primary supervisory and support services to the youths participating in the Headstart or Oasis programs. Responsible for organizing and monitoring youths’ individualized day programming.

Key Duties and Responsibilities
To perform the job successfully the Attendance Program Youth Counsellor must be able to perform consistently each essential duty satisfactorily. Other related duties may be assigned.
 Builds and maintains a positive supportive relationship with youth in the program
 Participates fully as a member of the case management team for each youth placement
 Develops and implement intervention plans within program guidelines in consultation with other members of the case management team
 Provides individual and/or group programming aimed at addressing youth issues/needs such as communication skills, anger management, conflict resolution, and problem solving
 Provides youth with opportunities to access community resources as required
 Facilitates the self-development and skill development of youth by identifying, recruiting and developing appropriate resources, and supporting youth participation in developmental activities, i.e. life skills, work placement, academic study, community services
 Provides direct intervention with the youth when required
 Assists in personal hygiene and basic care
 Responsible for ongoing contact and liaison with probation officers who are involved with the youth
 Facilitates open communication within the case management team
 Contributes to regular reporting procedures, including ongoing case notes, incident reports, monthly progress summaries, and exit reports
 Attends meetings as required by John Howard and the Ministry of Children and Families
 Represents John Howard in the community when required by the agency and the Ministry
 Participates in managing/balancing on-site petty cash and youth work budgets

Diversity
The John Howard Society of North Island welcomes applications from all qualified applicants including but not limited by those of any gender, race, orientation, or disability. Multilingual skills and multicultural competence are assets.
Qualifications & Experience: 
The requirements listed below are representative of the knowledge, skill, and/or ability required to perform each essential duty satisfactorily.

Education and Experiences
 Post-Secondary degree in counselling, child care work or a related field
 A minimum of two years’ experience working with high-risk youth in a counselling or other helping capacity required, which should include:

Counselling Skills
 Experience counselling adolescents.
 Ability and willingness to be trained in treatment issues.
 Experience with life skills/job skills programming an asset.
 Understanding of addiction and other abuse issues, and current treatment models.
 Solid understanding of human services ethics with regard to confidentiality and appropriate boundaries
 Ability to maintain a calm professional approach in crisis situations

Case Management Skills
 Demonstrated ability working constructively and cooperatively in a team setting
 Excellent communication and interpersonal skills
 Knowledge and experience with case recording practices

Other Skills and Abilities
Counsellor must:
 Demonstrate a cultural sensitivity and understanding of the client population’s socio-economic characteristics.
 Have the ability to form mutually respectful partnerships with youth, their families, and their residential caregivers.
 Have the ability to work with any client that is referred.
 Have the ability to work with values and behaviours that are very different from those of the employee.
 Ensure that personal values and beliefs are not insinuated, promoted, or imposed on the clients.
 Have a positive conviction about the capacity of people to grow and change.
 Have the ability to work in partnership with other team members, including referring authorities.
 Have the understanding and the ability to support the youth’s learning experience in prescribed individual programming and treatment.
 Recognize the value of a nurturing family environment and its impact on personal development.
 Have the ability to recognize persons with special needs and make appropriate referrals.
 Have basic computer and internet skills.

Other Job Requirements
 The Attendance Program Youth Counsellor may be involved in co-ordinating and/or participating in activities with youth, which may include physical, outdoor or other active elements.
 Driving is required to attend meetings and to enable contact with youth/families at home or in the community. The worker must have a valid driver's licence and access to safe, reliable transportation, and must obtain appropriate insurance as per Society policy.
 Two completed, acceptable criminal record checks, one from the Criminal Records Review and one from the RCMP.
 Occupational First Aid, Level 1.
 The Attendance Program Youth Counsellor will follow the Code of Ethics and the Mission Statement of The John Howard Society of North Island. The Counsellor will also abide by the relevant rules and regulations and guidelines set out by the Ministry for Children and Family Development.
How to apply: 
Closing date: February 21, 2024, at 4:30 pm. If the position is not filled by this date, it will remain open until filled.
Apply to (cover letter, resume, and 3 references):
Human Resources
Email:
Employment@jhsni.bc.ca
Fax:
250-286-3650
Mail:
140 10th Avenue, Campbell River BC V9W 4E3

This position is open to applicants of all genders.
This position requires proof of COVID-19 vaccination.
This position requires union membership and the completion of two criminal record checks.
The John Howard Society of North Island is an employment equity employer.

Campbell River Region

Campbell River

Clinical Counsellor

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Part-Time

Posted Monday, February 12th, 2024

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ID: 
90785
Industry: 
Social Services
Wage: 
$42/hr
Expiry Date: 
Monday, February 26, 2024 - 8am
Details: 
North Island Survivors' Healing Society provides professional counselling for people who are impacted by various forms of trauma and abuse. We support recognized and evidence-based therapeutic approaches and offer counselling that in in-debt and some that is shorter term. Peer support and clinical consultation is provided.
Qualifications & Experience: 
We are seeking a clinical counsellor who is registered or eligible for registration in a professional counselling association.
How to apply: 
Please direct cover letter and resume to:
contact@nishs.ca

Campbell River Region

Gold River

Boom Man

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Full-Time

Posted Monday, February 12th, 2024

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ID: 
90784
Company: 
Cypress Creek Logging Ltd.
Industry: 
Forestry
Wage: 
$37.64/hr
Expiry Date: 
Monday, February 26, 2024 - 8am
Qualifications & Experience: 
Looking for experienced boom man, must be proficient on side winder & dozer boat. Level 3 OFA is an asset
How to apply: 
Email:
jdouglas@cypresscreeklog.com

Campbell River Region

Gold River

Grapple Yarder Operator

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Full-Time

Posted Monday, February 12th, 2024

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ID: 
90783
Company: 
Cypress Creek Logging Ltd.
Industry: 
Forestry
Wage: 
$40.78/hr
Expiry Date: 
Monday, February 26, 2024 - 8am
Details: 
Looking for and experienced Grapple Yarder Operator to run 7280 or 124
Qualifications & Experience: 
Operator must be able to work well with others and have good communication skills. Must have a minimum of 2 years previous experience and a valid driver's license. Mechanical experience and Level 3 OFA is an asset.
How to apply: 
Email:
jdouglas@cypresscreeklog.com

Campbell River Region

Gold River

Log Loader Operator

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Full-Time

Posted Monday, February 12th, 2024

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ID: 
90782
Company: 
Cypress Creek Logging Ltd.
Industry: 
Forestry
Wage: 
$40.78/hr
Expiry Date: 
Monday, February 26, 2024 - 8am
Details: 
Camp Position available for a 14/7 Shift, based out of the Gold River area.
Qualifications & Experience: 
Looking for an experienced Log Loader Operator to work in Gold River. Must have a minimum of 2 years experience and a valid driver's license. Mechanical experience and Level 3 First Aid an Asset.
How to apply: 
Email:
jdouglas@cypresscreeklog.com

Campbell River Region

Campbell River

Presser

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Full-Time

Posted Sunday, February 11th, 2024

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ID: 
90773
Industry: 
Retail & Wholesale
Wage: 
$16.75/hr
Expiry Date: 
Monday, February 26, 2024 - 8am
Details: 
Attention to details
Fast-paced Environment
Hand-eye Coordination
Physically Demanding
Repetitive Tasks
Standing for extended periods
Work Under Pressure
Qualifications & Experience: 
*Need Reliable, Hardworking and a team player
*Experience is an asset but willing to train
How to apply: 
by Email:
whitehatyzc@gmail.com

Campbell River Region

Quadra Island - Quathiaski Cove

Cabinet Maker

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Full-Time

Posted Saturday, February 10th, 2024

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ID: 
90772
Company: 
KENWOOD DESIGNS
Industry: 
Construction/ Trades
Wage: 
$20-$32/hr DOE
Expiry Date: 
Monday, February 26, 2024 - 8am
Details: 
Kenwood Designs a custom cabinet and millwork shop is seeking 2 new employees to join our team. We are located on Quadra Island and work a 4-day Mon - Thursday work week. Located walking distance from the ferry.
Qualifications & Experience: 
Entry level position (will train) with some general knowledge and interest of woodworking and millwork.
Senior position with min 3 years experience in cabinet making and or fine finishing
How to apply: 
email resume to:
kelly@kenwooddesigns.ca

Port Hardy and North Island

Port Hardy

Dump Truck Driver

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Full-Time

Posted Friday, February 9th, 2024

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ID: 
90771
Company: 
North Island Rockpro Inc
Industry: 
Construction/ Trades
Wage: 
$30/hr
Expiry Date: 
Monday, February 26, 2024 - 8am
Details: 
We are looking for a dump truck driver, part-time and full-time positions available, heavy equipment experience is an asset. Advancement opportunities are available for the right applicant.
Qualifications & Experience: 
Must have a class 3 license
How to apply: 
Please email:
billjr@northoundrockpro.ca

Campbell River Region

Campbell River

Assistant Store Manager

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Full-Time

Posted Friday, February 9th, 2024

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ID: 
90770
Company: 
JYSK Canada
Industry: 
Retail & Wholesale
Wage: 
Annual Salary - $40,000
Expiry Date: 
Friday, February 23, 2024 - 8am
Qualifications & Experience: 
Are you looking for something more than just a job? Are you looking for a community, a partnership, a team, and an opportunity to learn and grow in your career?

As one of world’s leading, and fastest-growing home furnishing retailers, we know what it takes to build a satisfying career.

The Role:

As the Assistant Store Manager, you will assist the store management team in instilling the company values and customer promises within your team and in the store through modeling, coaching, and providing high quality instruction.
You will also assist with the implementation of a sales and merchandising plan and promote a highly engaged team culture.

Other duties include:

* Assisting with loss prevention processes in the store including participation in
prevention strategies and investigations

* Assisting with store stock management, merchandising, and pricing to
maximize sales of your categories

* Delivering and meeting sales budgets and goals in your Department

What this role brings to you:

* The possibility of being part of a dynamic team and culture

* The opportunity to have a rewarding career with various prospects for career
advancement across different functions and teams

* A great benefit package for full-time colleagues (including medical, vision and
dental)

* An amazing colleague discount on all JYSK products

What you bring to the role:

* A dynamic and positive personality with strong leadership skills

* Ability to work in a rapidly changing environment where priorities change

* Flexibility to work various shifts including evenings and weekends as required

* 2 years experience in retail management and customer service

* High school diploma or equivalent preferred

If this sounds like an opportunity for you, come join JYSK and experience it for yourself!

JYSK Canada is proud to be an equal opportunity employer. We welcome and encourage all candidates to apply. Our company values diversity and is committed to creating an inclusive culture where Colleagues can fully develop and utilize their talents and strengths. We consider all applications on the basis of the position requirements, and we do so without regard to any unrelated factor and/or characteristic. Reasonable accommodations are available upon request for candidates taking part in all aspects of the hiring process.
How to apply: 
Please apply to this link https://smrtr.io/jf6gL

Campbell River Region

Campbell River

Loveland Bay Campground Host & Park Operator

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Seasonal

Posted Friday, February 9th, 2024

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ID: 
90769
Company: 
Quality Recreation Ltd.
Industry: 
A&E/Recreation
Wage: 
$18-$24
Expiry Date: 
Friday, February 23, 2024 - 8am
Details: 
We have a host position for Loveland Bay, which require care and quality upkeep, while covering days off for the full time hosts.
This position offers free dry camping and 30-35 hrs per week pay for basic campground maintenance work.

This is an amazing opportunity for the right person(s), especially those who love camping and want to help look after 2 of the most beautiful little campgrounds near Campbell River.
We look forward to meeting you.
Qualifications & Experience: 
You have an RV, motorhome or tent trailer, are easygoing, enjoy being outdoors, are able to work independently, and also as a co-operative team member.
How to apply: 
Please send resume with references to:
miraclebeachpark@gmail.com,

Or text 250-914-0140

Campbell River Region

Campbell River

Park Operator

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Seasonal

Posted Friday, February 9th, 2024

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ID: 
90768
Industry: 
A&E/Recreation
Wage: 
$18-$22
Expiry Date: 
Friday, February 23, 2024 - 8am
Details: 
Seeking applicants who live in the Campbell River area and are looking to commute to the park.

Duties may include the following:

-Site Cleaning
-Cleaning Toilet Buildings
-Collecting Fees
-Interacting with Park Visitors and Campers
-Litter Pickup and Emptying Garbage Bins
-Painting and Staining
-Grass Cutting and Weed Eating
-Landscape maintenance (raking, pruning, filling potholes, trail maintenance, etc.)

This is an ideal opportunity for someone outgoing who enjoys working outdoors. Applicants must be able to work at peak times which may include long weekends.

Full-time positions are available from mid-May through September.


Qualifications & Experience: 
No previous experience or training is required. Landscaping experience an asset. Successful applicants must submit a Criminal Record Check before starting employment.
How to apply: 
Email to:
elkfallspark@gmail.com

Or email to NIEFS at:
jobs@niefs.net
*Please Reference Job title and ID number in the Subject line*

No phone calls please

Campbell River Region

Campbell River

Park Maintenance Operator

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Seasonal

Posted Friday, February 9th, 2024

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ID: 
90767
Industry: 
A&E/Recreation
Wage: 
$22-$26
Expiry Date: 
Friday, February 23, 2024 - 8am
Details: 
Seeking applicants who live in the Campbell River area and are looking to commute to the park.

Duties may include the following:

-Landscape maintenance (Chainsaw work, raking, pruning, filling potholes, trail maintenance, etc.)
-Site Cleaning
-Cleaning Toilet Buildings
-Litter Pickup and Emptying Garbage Bins
-Painting and Staining
-Grass Cutting and Weed Eating

This is an ideal opportunity for someone outgoing who enjoys working outdoors. Applicants must be able to work at peak times which may include long weekends.

Full-time positions are available from mid-May through early October.
Qualifications & Experience: 
No previous experience or training is required. Landscaping, chainsaw certification, water systems operating experience or certification, and Danger tree assessor experience or certification an asset. Successful applicants must submit a Criminal Record Check before starting employment.
How to apply: 
Email to:
elkfallspark@gmail.com

Or email to NIEFS at:
jobs@niefs.net
*Please Reference Job title and ID number in the Subject line*

No phone calls please

Campbell River Region

Campbell River

Client Service Administrator

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Full-Time

Posted Friday, February 9th, 2024

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ID: 
90766
Company: 
Alitis Investment Counsel
Industry: 
Finance & Banking
Wage: 
$50,000 - $55,000/yr
Expiry Date: 
Friday, February 23, 2024 - 8am
Details: 
The opportunity
We are looking for our next phenomenal team member for the role of Client Service Administrator. Reporting to the Administrator Supervisor, this role will be highly customer-service focused and require a warm, professional presence. As the cornerstone of our front office, this person will be a natural at managing priorities, paying attention to the small details, and providing excellent service to clients and the Alitis team. The ideal candidate will be someone with a can-do attitude, a collaborative demeanour, and a goal to grow in the financial industry.
Your work will be varied and will often have competing priorities. This role will interact daily with clients and other stakeholders, and the ideal candidate will thrive in a fast-paced environment and expertly handle the fluctuating workloads.

A day in the life…
● Manage daily client communications by phone and email
● Provide efficient, timely administrative support to the portfolio management team
● Coordinate client appointments and other office-related services
● Process client documentation, including opening accounts, non-financial updates, pension transfers, estate work, and corporate accounts
● Process client orders and trade execution with 100% accuracy
● Take ownership of record maintenance and data reconciliation through CRM software, trading systems and reporting systems
● Provide outstanding customer service in all interactions with both internal and external stakeholders, clients, and vendors
● Ad-hoc administrative tasks as required by the office or portfolio management team

Who we are:
Located in beautiful Campbell River, BC, Alitis Investment Counsel is a boutique investment firm focused on outstanding customer service, intelligent financial strategies, and a hands-on approach. Created in 2009, Alitis was born out of a need for a new investment strategy to help investors survive market fluctuations. Now focusing on alternative investments, like private real estate, private equity and private mortgages, Alitis has revisioned safeguarding clients’ portfolios to offset market volatility and protect hard-earned returns.

The firm proudly manages over $460 million in assets, has over 20 team members, and has offices in Campbell River, Comox and Victoria.

We come from a range of backgrounds and diverse lived experiences – this makes us better at what we do. We strongly encourage applications from all people including those from marginalized communities, such as BIPOC, LGBTQ2s+, and people with disabilities.

Alitis is an equal opportunity employer. We are committed to creating a diverse environment. All applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, colour, religion, gender, gender identity or expression, sexual orientation, national origin, genetics, disability, or age.

We can’t wait to meet you.
Qualifications & Experience: 
At least one full year working in the financial services industry or similarly regulated industry
● Confidence to speak with clients, colleagues and vendors in person, by phone or by email
● Excellent customer service skills
● Experience working with Microsoft Office products, including Microsoft Teams
● Prior working experience with CRMs and/or trading and reporting systems
● Past experience with Salesforce specifically will be considered an asset
● Desire to pursue additional designations (i.e. CIM, CFP, CFA or LLQP) in the financial services industry will be considered an asset
● Excellent organizational and time management skills, with the ability to work to tight deadlines in a fast-paced environment
● Ability to problem solve, use good judgement, and maintain confidentiality
How to apply: 
Send your resume with your name + Client Service Administrator Alitis in the subject line to:
careers@reimaginework.ca.

We thank all candidates for their applications; however, only shortlisted candidates will be contacted.

Port Hardy and North Island

Port McNeill

Noon Hour Supervisor II

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Part-Time

Posted Friday, February 9th, 2024

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ID: 
90765
Company: 
SCHOOL DISTRICT NO. 85 (Vancouver Island North)
Industry: 
Education
Wage: 
$25.27
Expiry Date: 
Friday, February 23, 2024 - 8am
Details: 
JOB SCOPE
Reports to the principal.
Supervises students during lunch break.
Works without close supervision.
Performs duties of a confidential nature.

MAJOR DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES
Supervises designated areas during lunch hour, according to established
procedures.
Keeps a record of incidents as required.
Ensures students do not leave school property without permission.
Reports injuries and behavioral problems to the principal or designate.
Performs other duties necessarily incidental to those assigned above.
Qualifications & Experience: 
Secondary school graduation (with Dogwood Certificate or equivalent) preferably supplemented by specialized courses applicable to work situation (e.g. CPI).
Ability to maintain good working relationships with school staff and students.
Good interpersonal and communication skills.
Ability to understand and effectively carry out oral and written instructions.
Ability to work outdoors in adverse weather.
Valid Level 1 first aid certificate or equivalent.
Related experience preferred.
How to apply: 
Email resume to:
mjones@sd85.bc.ca

Port Hardy and North Island

Port Hardy

Terminal Services Attendant

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Seasonal

Posted Friday, February 9th, 2024

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ID: 
90764
Company: 
BC Ferries
Industry: 
Transportation
Wage: 
$25.25
Expiry Date: 
Friday, February 23, 2024 - 8am
Details: 
You are enthusiastic and reliable, preforming traffic control, baggage, and custodian duties. You direct traffic during loading/unloading procedures; scan boarding tickets as per Transport Canada, maintain terminal buildings and grounds, which could include the use of a forklift; communicate with other shipboard and terminal staff to ensure the safe and efficient loading and discharge of vessel traffic; respond to passenger queries; and perform additional duties as required.

A valid BC Driver's License is required.

Please apply by February 25, 2024.

“We connect communities and customers to the people and places important in their lives”

At BC Ferries, our employees are our most important assets in delivering our commitment to customer safety, service and satisfaction. We support employment equity and diversity in the workplace and we encourage applications from all qualified individuals including women, visible minorities, Indigenous Peoples, persons with disabilities, persons of diverse sexual orientation, gender identity or expression (LGBTQ2S+), and others who reflect our ever-changing workplace.

We appreciate the interest of all applicants; however only those selected for an interview will be contacted.
Qualifications & Experience: 
A valid BC Driver's License
Customer service experience
Cash handling and POS experience
How to apply: 
Apply through the careers page on the BC Ferries website:
https://www.bcferries.com/our-company/bc-ferries-jobs.

Campbell River Region

Campbell River

Heavy Duty Technician

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Full-Time

Posted Thursday, February 8th, 2024

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ID: 
90755
Company: 
Carmac Diesel Ltd.
Industry: 
Construction/ Trades
Wage: 
$44.00 DOE
Expiry Date: 
Thursday, February 22, 2024 - 8am
Details: 
RESPONSIBILITIES:
-Troubleshoot and inspect equipment to detect faults and malfunctions.
-Diagnose faults or malfunctions using computerized and other testing equipment to determine extent of repair required.
-Adjust equipment and repair or replace defective parts.
-Clean, lubricate and perform other maintenance work.
-Perform repair work on heavy trucks.
-Service attachments and working tools.
-Perform other routine maintenance.
-Physically demanding; bending, crouching, kneeling, handling heavy loads (up to 50lbs), and standing for extended periods will be required.

HOURS:
Tuesday to Saturday.
8-hour shifts. Overtime may be required.

BENEFITS:
Dental plan.
Health care plan.
Group insurance benefits.
Registered Retirement Savings Plan (RRSP).

Carmac Diesel is a family-owned business that has been supplying the highest quality workmanship for over 45 years. From our Campbell River location we service all makes and models of medium and heavy-duty trucks and trailers.

The team at Carmac Diesel is a family. We take care of our employees through the highs and lows of the industry, and through the highs and lows of life. If you are looking to pursue a meaningful career and join a hardworking team in our effort to keep Vancouver Island’s economy moving, we would love to meet you.
Qualifications & Experience: 
3-5 years of experience (preferred)
Valid Class 5 driver’s license
Team player
Strong communication skills
Reliability
Flexibility
How to apply: 
Email: carmacdiesel@gmail.com

Port Hardy and North Island

Port Hardy

Housekeeper for Seniors

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Full-Time

Posted Thursday, February 8th, 2024

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ID: 
90754
Company: 
Better at Home
Industry: 
Social Services
Wage: 
$22/hr
Expiry Date: 
Thursday, February 22, 2024 - 8am
Details: 
Spend 1 hour a week with each client providing needed socialization and light cleaning.
• Sweeping, vacuuming and mopping
• Dusting
• Empty trash cans
• Cleaning the outside of cabinets and appliances
• Wiping high touch surfaces like door knobs, light plates
• Cleaning/ sanitizing tub, toilet, sink
• Cleaning /sanitizing kitchen sink and counter
• Engaging/supporting the clients to participate as much as they can or are willing to

This is a paying job with all the rewards of volunteer work.
Equipment is supplied. There is no heavy lifting or ladder climbing involved.
Qualifications & Experience: 
Applicants must have strong communication skills, the ability to work independently, and be physically able to perform cleaning tasks.
Residential cleaning experience needed.
Ability to develop and maintain professional relationships.
A criminal record check is required for all successful applicants.
How to apply: 
Call Ashlee at 250-230-0757 or send a resume to:
ashleew@nicccs.org

Port Hardy and North Island

Port Hardy

Supervisor (General Processing)

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Full-Time

Posted Thursday, February 8th, 2024

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ID: 
90753
Company: 
Keltic Seafoods Limited
Industry: 
Aquaculture
Wage: 
$22.93/hr TBD
Expiry Date: 
Thursday, February 22, 2024 - 8am
Details: 
Supervision of Operations in a fish processing facility.
Must be a reliable and dedicated team member- willing to be hands on when/ if needed.
Take pride in your work, producing quality product for our customers. Attention to detail is required.
Manage Day-to-Day activities of a fast-paced production line.
Coaching & mentoring co-workers to realize their potential.
Develop a strong relationship with all support staff. Participate in team meetings. Be an effective communicator.
Must be flexible with shifts (weekends and early mornings)
Work well in a collaborative group as well as individually.
Applicant should have a good sense of safety in the workplace & participate in setting a good example.
Assignment to other duties as required
Wage 22.93/hr (TBD based on experience)
Qualifications & Experience: 
Processing experience is an asset, but we are willing to train the right applicant
Supervisory experience is an asset, but we are willing to train the right applicant
Knowledge of the fish industry is an asset
OFA Level 2 or 3 would be an asset
Computer experience with emails, Word & Excel
Forklift experience is an asset
How to apply: 
Please send resume - please state which position you are applying for:
hrkelticseafoods.com

Campbell River Region

Campbell River

Physiotherapist (PT)

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Full-Time

Posted Thursday, February 8th, 2024

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ID: 
90744
Industry: 
Health
Wage: 
$61.17-$100.00/hr
Expiry Date: 
Thursday, February 22, 2024 - 8am
Details: 
Unique opportunity for established or new Physiotherapist (PT) in Campbell River. Established clinic under new ownership!

What the clinic has to offer:
3,200 spacious clinic / bright / prime location
9 treatments room
1 large private treatment room
Large gym with up to date equipment
Established in 1991 private clinic hosts long term clients
Largest physiotherapy clinic in Campbell River region with lot's of parking
Client base: Private, WCB, ICBC, Veterans, MSP
PT Aide to help with cleaning, treatment set up, managing files
Using JANE for scheduling

What we offer the right candidate:
10k - 15k - Hiring Bonus
Walk into an established client load - with room for growing a new client base
Preference given to full time PT - 37.5 hours or equivalent
Part time considered
PT can be an Independent Contractor with a split
PT could be an employee as well with a fee split
Starting ASAP or earliest convenience
Flexible on hours worked and work days in clinic
Mentorship in FCAMPT, PT & 2nd PT with 20+ years of industry experience, Orthopedic & Needling - IMS / Acupuncture
Mentorship plan available
Flexible in working at the pace the PT feels comfortable - booking / scheduling / management of case load to the PT's discretion.
Clinic is multidisciplinary with PT / OT / MT and looking to provide wider scope of health care professionals
If this is something you would like to explore further, I would love to put you in touch with the new Owner of the clinic!

Responsibilities:
Assess patients' physical conditions and develop individualized treatment plans.
Implement treatment plans using various techniques such as exercise, manual therapy, and electrotherapy
Monitor patients' progress and adjust treatment plans as necessary
Educate patients and their families on proper techniques for self-care and injury prevention
Collaborate with other healthcare professionals to provide comprehensive care to patients
Maintain accurate and up-to-date patient records

As a Physiotherapist, you will play a crucial role in helping patients recover from injuries or manage chronic conditions. Your expertise in patient care and your ability to develop personalized treatment plans will contribute to improving the overall well-being of individuals. Join our team of dedicated healthcare professionals and make a difference in the lives of our patients in one of the most desired locations in B.C.

https://rehabstation.ca/about

Job Types: Full-time, Part-time, Permanent, Fixed term contract, Casual, Internship / Co-op

Salary: $61.17-$100.00 per hour

Expected hours: 25 – 40 per week

Benefits:
Dental care
Extended health care
Flexible schedule
On-site parking
Paid time off
Tuition reimbursement

Schedule:
8 hour shift
Day shift
Monday to Friday
No weekends
Supplemental pay types:

Signing bonus

Ability to Relocate:
Campbell River, BC V9W 1C4: Relocate before starting work (required)
Qualifications & Experience: 
Requirements:
Bachelor's or Master's degree in Physiotherapy or a related field
Valid license to practice as a Physiotherapist
Proven experience in providing patient care, preferably in a hospital setting
Strong knowledge of anatomy, physiology, and rehabilitation techniques
Excellent communication and interpersonal skills
Ability to work effectively both independently and as part of a multidisciplinary team
How to apply: 
Please submit resume to NIEFS:
In person at:
920 Alder Street
Or fax:
250.286.3447
Or email:
jobs@niefs.net

*Please put the Job title and ID number in the subject line.